Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Yesterday...

Still undecided about this light meter. I need to make a decision today. Yesterday Pete and I played with some harsh light and shadows. This is Kodak 400NC converted to BW. 
 When he realized I was photographing him *and* his shadow, he decided to make friends with it. Oh this was pure joy. He was playing with Mr. Shadow. Pointing out Mr. Shadow's body parts. :)

Later, he was a ghost. :) Still Kodak 400NC

And I managed to get one decent exposure of Jude-y playing with his feet. Sweet baby.

Paul reading a book...notice the distortion? Yes, 35mm on a 35mm is 35mm. Wide. 

Then it was back to the digital age...
I found some nice backlight and gave Paul a book. 

Joe and Jude are still best friends.

And sometimes they find mischief together. Like the other day when Joe gave Jude a temporary tattoo.

Oh, and there is a speedlite workshop giveaway, and I really want to win it! OCF here I come...maybe! LOL



10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! We love the book Blueberries for Sal!

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  2. I love your shadow play. And your son reading Blueberries... That is a classic book. Your work is fresh. It feels like Spring on your blog :)

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  3. I love the ones of your son playing with his shadow! So precious. The last set of your son reading his book with backlight is gorgeous! I especially LOVE the b/w one!

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  4. Beautiful pictures. My favorite one is the one with the baby lying on the floor with his/her feet in her mouth... And the last one of you kid reading the book. What a beautiful light.

    Anna

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  5. wow! i'm in love with these. how fun to play with film.

    hope you win the workshop!

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  6. Love all the book images! You got some great angles that make them unique! Inspires me to grab some of my son's current faves & shoot away!

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  7. omgoodness what sweet little faces. love that first bw shot, lots of emotion!

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  8. Love the perspective on the baby playing with his feet - where you shot at his level! Also the photo of your son sitting in the chair where you have his feet - beautiful!

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