A few months ago, I rented some lights and messed around with learning how they work. I took a few photos of my family. Here is one I really liked that came out of my little experiment. My daughter had been upset about something that little kids get upset about. She had also just gotten out of the bath. Needless to say, she wasn’t impressed by my setup. The upside is an awesome photo!
While hanging out at the beach, I took a few photos of my lovely wife. I noticed that my reflection in her sunglasses was rather interesting with the blue sky and other features clearly visible. I called the kids over and had each one wave to create his “family portrait”. I think this will make a great print since there is quite a bit of detail in the reflection.
I’m not sure if you can get much more sassy than this.
This nice Black Sea Turtle posed ever so briefly for photo. He was highly admired by all of the children at the aquarium which furthered my need to be agile in my photography. Squeezing in for a moment to get the shot sometimes is harder than the shot itself.
Last one from the “dinner series”. From attitude moments prior to shyness. All in protest of the camera. Another monochrome with color eye treatment here. Also, in case you’re wondering, there has been no saturation (or vibrancy) bump in this photo. Those are the real eyes.