Editor's Note - October 2007
Author: Maggie Washo
My favorite part of this job is capturing the moment we are writing about (through photography) and using it to spark your interest. When I flip through a magazine, it is the imagery that ignites my curiosity. If the photograph captures my attention, I’ll read on to find out more.
This month’s issue has a lot of creative photography, thanks to John Brackett, Anne Caufman and a lot of late nights. We pushed ourselves to the limit, working with babies, bunnies and dogs—none of which took direction very well. In choosing the photos to accompany the articles, I observed that some of the shots that didn’t make the cut were a lot more fun than the ones that did.
Here are a few of my favorite “behind the scenes” shots.
Poor little puddin’ head!
Shaggy and Velma cut a rug
“These rabbits are NOT potty-trained!”
Did someone say lunch?
“Stop Smiling Grace! You are supposed to look HARD!”
??Guys, do I really look like Annie ???
Gander catches air