Gingerbread Houses

One of the fun things we did in my home for Christmas was letting the kids make gingerbread houses.  Technically they were not gingerbread houses because they were made from Graham Crackers, but they are the exact same concept.  The kiddos did such a great job and their houses looked great so before allowing them to munch down on them we took them to the studio so we could get some photos of their architectural masterpieces!  I helped the kids take some of their own photos and shot a few of my own.   Check out these great houses.

Ginger Bread House with yellow background

Ginger Bread House with pink background

Sandpoint Product Photography

Sandpoint Product Photography

After using the studio lights we turned out the lights and photographed a couple of the houses with a technique called light painting.  This technique gives you a different look every time and I would have liked to do some more painting but at this point I did not want to deprive the kids of their sweet treats any longer.

Sandpoint Product Photography

Sandpoint Product Photography

 Jason Duchow Photography is located near Sandpoint and Priest River Idaho and serves throughout Idaho and Eastern Washington.   Jason specializes in portrait and wedding photography, often with the use of  dramatic lighting techniques and is also known for his freelance sports photography work for www.idahosports.com, The Coeur d’Alene Press, The Bonner County Daily Bee, Priest River Times, Newport Miner, Sandpoint Newsline and a handful of other newspapers and publications.
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