Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Our latest assignment was to take a portrait of someone doing something that describes them. Our praise and worship team was so kind to let me come and take pics during a practice. My favorite however were these of my happily ever afters. I love the 1st one. I love their hands. Charlie is focused on the leadership Seth is giving as to say to him, "This is way to life my son."
Saturday, March 20, 2010
We touched on the subject of lighting in my class just before Spring Break. We learend about diffuse light vs specular light. Specular light has harsh shadows and occurs more in sun light or direct light. Diffuse light produces softer shadows and a nice glow, if you will. I finally discovered the difuse filter in PSE 8. All these things seem to come to me just before I give up. In these pics, I wanted to give a soft, tender glow. I am curious to see what you think. In the last pic, I saturated it a bit as I found the diffuse filter also washes out the color, so it is a bit more choppy than the other two.
Friday, March 19, 2010
Again with the hair! I just can't resist! His head looks extraordinarily big here to me. At this glance, I am glad I had a c-section!
Looking for Grandma!
Scoping out the surroundings.
Checking out the other side.
Is she coming yet?
When Charlie and I arrived at the airport, we discovered Grandma's plane was delayed a bit. I found it wise to wait this out in the car rather than the airport, which was unusually crowded. Me being me, decided to take advantage of the moment and grab some pics! One can never over document one's life!
Monday, March 15, 2010
We spend A LOT of time watching Nick Jr. In between each cartoon a moose and his owl friend come on. Charlie hears that moose and comes a running. He's put for the duration. He's not so
interested in the duration of the cartoons, but that moose really does a number on him!
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Too curious to stay put!
Note: we are happy people. The simple things in life make us smile. You know, like having your dogs clean your child's high chair. I mean, I wasn't having to do it, right?
Looking for Elvis! Isn't that face precious?