It’s Miss Chloe’s first Christmas and she is all ready for it…except I don’t think Santa’s gonna get any cookies from this girl.
I can’t believe this sweet little guy is one already. He is one of the happiest little boys I have ever seen and I adore taking pics of him.
I have hardly taken any pictures this week, knowing that winter is coming depresses me
I shot this on Sunday, and added one of Kim Klassen’s textures to it.
On Sunday, we went out to my old home area for our second shoot with Shlanea.
This is a mixed bag of shots, we packed a lot into our time. I wanted to get autumn shots, she wanted majorette and soccer shots, and mom wanted farm girl shots…I am happy to say, we got them all!
Shlanea, you are a natural in front of the camera and I wish you the very best for your future!
With the heavy frost this morning, the Fall colors will soon be coming to an end. I wanted to grab some frost shots, but took this instead.
I used a texture from Joel Olives texture club on this.
Beautiful family, great weather, gorgeous location, makes for a fabulous shoot. Not to mention I always have the best time with these guys!
This past weekend I had the pleasure of taking senior pictures of the daughter of an old friend. I really love shooting seniors, if I ever had to pick just one type of photography, seniors would probably be it…til I change my mind
I had a wonderful time with you guys and I hope you have a great senior year!
Our local park is just gorgeous this time of year, and one of the prettiest places to take pictures. I had been wanting to take my granddaughter’s pics there since the leaves started turning, and since it was overcast the other day, I thought that would be the perfect time. She’s getting better about posing for me, but she would have rather played with the big Sycamore tree leaves.
I normally don’t post techie stuff, but since this one affected me yesterday, I decided to write about it.
We took my granddaughter to a local park to get some Fall shots, it was very overcast and drab…perfect picture weather I didn’t take all my gear along, just the cam with the 50 1.4 attached, and I happened to grab my white balance cap and stuck it in my pocket. Once we got there and started shooting, leaving the auto white balance on. I looked at the first few pics and noticed right away that she looked blue, since my granddaughter is not a smurf, I decided I had better fix this in camera. I went over to where she was standing, put the white balance cap over the lens and shot to where I would be shooting from, then set my white balance with that photo. What a huge difference that made!
The white balance cap I used is from Amazon and was less than $5.00, buy the biggest one you can and just hold it over the lens to set a custom white balance. It really is worth it and will save you a ton of time in processing later on.