Amanda ... your dog is SO ADORABLE! Love those chocolate eyes.
Steph ... I think it looks like you are really starting to get the hang of your new toy! And even if the boys are tired of your camera, they still come out looking adorable!
Tracy ... I love the texture you added to that 2nd image. What a lovely, soft mood it creates!
Sadie ... the t-ball pics are PRICELESS! I know you guys are as much of a 'ball' family as we are soccer so I am looking forward to many more pics this spring!
Katie ... LOVE the milk pictures! What a character you've got there! And your St. Patty's day pics really had me smiling.
Tia ... WOW! What more can I say? What kind of light did you have to camera left? With such a strong light coming from camera right, I would expect more shadowing, but Jazz's face looks nice and even and the light in her eyes is just lovely. I'd love to know your set up.
Here's a few from me:
Logan and his pup:
I just CANNOT get a good pic of this dog. She rushes the camera. Here, Logan and I and tried to wear her out first. It helped a little but not enough. *sigh*
Carlos and I ran in an obstacle course race (Mud Run Obstacle Course | Warrior Dash) this last weekend. Poor guy got SO sunburned.
The next day, we had a soccer game. I took this one of Carlos:
And Logan took this one of me:
Have a great week everyone!
Thanks gigi, we were outside in the freezing cold at the lake. It was so cold that we went into the pavillion to get a break from the wind and I saw the wooden wall. The pavillion had a garage like door that was open to the right of the picture. There was also another garage door to her left but on the side. She was in the corner so it was dark with just a small amount of light from the other garage door to light her eyes. That is where all the light was coming in. I tried several times to get the light even on her face and the only way I could is by having her face tilted and facing away from the light. When I saw the light I really wanted to make her hair glow so I was happy with the result just wished it was a little sharper but I think that is from the haze of light that was on her so I guess it kinda adds to it?
Oh and great job for doing the warrior dash. I photographed it and just doing that made me tired! You should be very proud of yourself!
Last edited by tialee80; 03-19-2013 at 04:24 PM.