Do we look enthused or what?! Chris? Hon? And although I think my hand was resting on my shoulder–it is coming across as a “gee golly here we go!” sort of gesture which doesn’t match our expressions at. all. This must have been when Andi told us we’re “looking a little dead,” which made us laugh and the photo on our about us page was taken. Does that mean our half-dead selves got the assist? Nice.
Kids, avert your eyes.
As if our blog name wasn’t mushy enough. Yeesh! After we took a few sitting in our respective chairs, we were directed to take a few standing shots. Hmm, standing shots are not our forte. Like, what do we do?! Stand here and what? Apparently I really struggle what to do with my leg:
I panicked. For the record, that is my favorite picture of Chris smiling ever. He looks so proud. After a few more frames of not knowing what to do, we pulled out our best crazy we could.
So flattering and totally appropriate for our blog profile, right? To round out the standing positions–we got all prom pose for the camera.
Chris’s suggestion. After that 10 minutes of giving our best awkward standing poses, we scooted a bench in the shot and a few paint cans, a roller and a laptop and we got our front page profile photo.
Have you ever been professionally photographed in your home? This was our first time and it felt so comfortable and relaxed and us, even with all of the equipment and lights set up. Plus, way down the road we’ll be able to laugh and reminisce about our furniture and paint colors, I’m sure.
Psst. Check out more of Andi’s magazine-ready work on her blog, Doublclik.