The Reality.

I love playing with accessories and staging our furniture for photos. But one thing you've never seen before is me jumping for joy behind the camera when I finally get a clear shot... but it happens every time! It has started to feel like big game hunting, peering through the view finder, looking for that elusive shot.
A wild animal attacks mid-shot!
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A mysterious breed of Mung Kee appears on set...
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The one time I don't seem to have this problem is when we take Before shots.
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And I can understand why! Until the paint has dried and new hardware is applied almost everything in our warehouse is pretty undesirable.
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This one in particular feels so much better with just a little paint!
(I will be talking plants next week if you were curious about the fuzzy one on the table)
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This dresser made it onto our production line just after Sean joined WhiteBerry, and while I make all the color and hardware choices, do the hand distressing and final finishes, he is now the main muscle and I forgot to remind him that we NEED before shots! So this guy and several to come are lacking evidence of their hideousness.
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But now it has a new attitude (and paint and handles)!
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I always love the mix of grey and gold and doubt this will be the last piece we mix the two on.
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And I finally got my "money shot" a little later in the shoot, in case you were wondering.
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Happy Thursday!