Hello again! I’ve finally gotten to taking some pictures and writing up a post. April sure started off with a bang. Life has been so busy!
Remember Hannah and Joanna from last year? Well, the girls decided they wanted to do a shoot together in the spring, and we decided to do it at our local arboretum. Friday dawned a beautiful sunny day (which was delightful, because our spring and pre-spring so far has been very cloudy!) so of course we had to battle harsh light, but I think the pictures turned out really well!
Indoor photography is the worst. There’s nothing quite like a blurry yellow and badly edited picture to make your stomach curdle. Not sure what I mean?
Well, it’s the end, y’all! We’ve finally reached Thursday and Friday. I absolutely LOVE the pictures I got on Friday at the beach
Hello hello! My dad had to work more once we got into the week, so Wednesday and Thursday were morning excursions. This day we went to an archeological park.
The other day, I took a walk around the farm. Actually, I was going to my aunt’s to take more pictures of Meadow, but I stopped to get some farm pictures on the way there. (All of the three minutes it takes to walk there…) Here’s what’s happening on the farm this month.
Aesthetic. It’s a word that’s used a lot nowadays, especially online. But what does it mean, really? According to the definition, aesthetic kind of just means beautiful. What is interesting is that, when I use the word “aesthetic”, I don’t mean beautiful, but well-composed, light, airy, coordinated, modern, bright, and, of course, pleasing to the eye. Eye-candy. Don’t you think? At least that’s my definition of aesthetic.
My new cousin, Meadow Rain was born a week ago today! On Sunday I got to take some newborn pictures! We didn’t get very many because most of the little outfits my aunt bought for her were too big, but we’re going to do some more soon. Enjoy!
Hello, and welcome to my new series: Basic Photography for Beginners! In this series I will start at the beginning and explain basic photography. This course can be helpful to you if you have a dSLR, a point and shoot, or even just a phone. You also don’t even need to be interested in photography as a hobby or job – good photography skills are important for everyone, especially since many people now have a camera accessible to them on their phone. Today I’ll start with two major elements: composition and light.