I feel like I've really fallen behind in a lot of posts on here that I really would like to comment on! I've just been super busy with a fast eight month old on the go who has decided naps aren't for him recently! That said...
So, I basically suck at getting my lighting right for the most part, especially indoors. Our house is crap for light, so I make do with what I have: a large sliding back door, and a full-length storm door out front. Basically, our morning sun comes in the back and afternoon sun in the front. I'm usually fighting with sun dapples on the floor at the back door, and crazy blown out backgrounds at the front door.
Basically, I took some pics of DS by our front door today. This seems to be one of my only sources of light for indoor pics, so how the heck do I position him so that I don't have blown backgrounds and dark faces? Our door is at an angle and to the right of where I sit is a couch and wall, so I can't position myself anymore off to the right to get him to look more towards the door.
Anyhow, is there anyway to fix this? Any suggestions? Here are a few from today that I took to show what I mean. No CC or anything on them, as they were just fun pics of DS since I hadn't had my camera out all week.
Coloring is off on this one I think. The red door tends to make everything pink.
And a bonus pic as to why I haven't really picked my camera up recently. He's too busy doing things like this.
Anyhow, thanks for looking! If there are any tips on positioning him better, they will be greatly appreciated!