I’ve been really excited to share this post with you.
I absolutely LOVE an Indian feather headdress. I still don’t know where my love for feather headdresses came from but I do know that I love photographing children wearing them. I love the photos they produce and how dressing up in a native headdress can transform a photo and bring out personalities.
So imagine how delighted I was when I was contacted by Novum Crafts in Bali a few months ago who asked if I would like to collaborate with them photographing a feather headdress of theirs. They had come across my website, loved my style of photography and in particular an earlier blog post of my son wearing an Indian headdress.
When I looked at their website I was a bowled over by their work. They were stunning. Their feather headdresses are handcrafted by local artists and truly beautiful.
They come in various lengths so they will fit children and adults. My modelled the headdress for us and we choose the Rasta style headdress at 65cm. We loved the colours and the size fit him really well.
The photo shoot took place Rufford Park in Nottingham and, as you will see at the end of the post, we headed into Nottingham city centre early evening to photograph a couple of photos of the headdress with the nightlight of the city traffic.
The feather headdress created quite a bit of attention by people nearby and my son, well he loved he attention (albeit shy he loves to create a fuss!).
I found it hard to choosing my favourites to show so there are quite a few and I hope you like them as much as we do.
If you or your family love Indian feather headdresses, please do take a look at the website of Novum Crafts and their stunning headdresses. They have an extensive choice of headdresses and they ship worldwide.
If you like the photos I have created for Novum Crafts, please consider sharing my post on your social media pages – we would really appreciate it : – ) x