Casey Anthony launches her own photography business

Casey Anthony in 2011.

Casey Anthony in 2011.  (Reuters)

Casey Anthony, the Florida mom acquitted of murder charges after her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, turned up dead, is apparently ready to start a new career as a shutterbug.

Court documents show that the 29-year-old filed applications to start Case Photography, LLC in November, and the company officially launched in January.

The company hasn't explained what kind of photographs would be involved, but The Daily Mail spotted Anthony snapping photos of streets and buildings in West Palm Beach. It's unclear when that took place.

A reporter saw Anthony with detective Patrick McKenna, who was the lead investigator on her defense team. His West Palm Beach home is listed as the new firm's address.

Anthony told investigators a baby sitter had kidnapped her daughter in 2008, after the girl was reported missing that July. The child's body was found in December.

Detectives didn't buy Anthony's story and charged her with murder, though she was acquitted of murder, manslaughter and child abuse charges in 2011. Her trial was broadcast live on cable television and garnered worldwide attention.

During the trial, psychologists testified that Anthony had a longtime interest in photography.

Messages left on a voicemail and email address listed on the documents weren't returned.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.