Photo from c.1920

This is a different kind of child portrait. It’s called horsemanning, or fake beheading, and it was a popular trend in turn-of-the-century photography. Creative portraits like this were very popular in the early days of mass photography, before “say cheese” became a thing. Portraits were either very stoic and serious or creative and fun like horsemanning. Should I do this today at my studio in Verona, NJ?