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Starlets,Starlets, everywhere! Fashion shoot in Pleasant Hill

Sunday was amazing. We had scheduled the Starlet fashion shoot for 4pm. When I arrived at 3, the models were already arriving for hair and makeup. In case you don’t know, Starlet is a store in Pleasant Hill and Santa  Rosa that specializes in Prom dresses, wedding gowns and special event dresses. Every year, Starlet picks girls from the high schools in the area to be her Starlet Models. It’s quite an honor as she requires that the girls have good grades, are active in their schools and most importantly  they ” are nice to everyone “. A tall order. These girls come to the shoot as high schoolers and after hair and makeup and professional photography  they become super models for the day. We really have fun and the girls get to know each other and become friends.

We always have at least one “Studley Starlet”, a cute guy to show off the Tuxedos and to be a prop for the girls. This time, the “Studley Starlet” was the real boy friend of one of the Starlet models. They were so cute, I just had to get a shot of them together. I also loved that some of the mom’s came and hung out with us. All in all it was really fun.

I have been the Starlet photographer for years and over the years have made so many friends of the girls. They really are special and the memories are so fun! I’m always saying, “just one more shot, great now turn this way, great” and Allie, from Starlet is always saying ” We need to move on here, lets get going! ”

Anyway, here are some candid shots from Sunday’s shoot. The dresses and models are amazing , wait until you see! The girls will be featured in ads in the Contra Costa Times and other papers.

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