I originally considered this shot for the title book cover but decided instead that it would be better to use the photo of her on the ground next to the fallen leaves.
Here is my final work and the only submission from this post that I have already posted. I’ve posted other photos from the shoot in previous posts.
Another shot I like but perhaps not good enough for the title book cover. Here, her long neck is extended and her eyes are closed. She looks resigned to her fate. This is another preferred photo because it fully displays her beautiful, long red hair.
Here is Teegan leaning back on the bench. She looks strong yet also vulnerable here as the background is dark. Who knows what may emerge from the shadows?
Here is Teegan sitting on a bridge and leaning up against a fence. This is the fence I had in mind while writing Bite Me: A Vamire Tale.
Here is a standing portrait of Teegan standing on the bridge.
Here is one of my first portraits of Teegan as the sun hasn’t yet fully set. She is fixing her hair and displaying the strong muscles in her arms.
Here is a contender for the title book cover. I felt it didn’t quite have that “special something,” but I still like it.
Teegan sitting on a fallen tree branch at night. Is she looking for something she heard that made a sound in the darkness?
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