Category Archives: Childrens Photography

I’m Back With “Two Future Bruins on a Bench”

Where I’ve been Well, hello there.  Yes, I know, it’s been a while.  The timing of my hiatus might coincide with when my twice-a-week babysitter LEFT US. She up and graduated from college EARLY.  It gets worse!  She didn’t even leave … Continue reading

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Avery at the Park

Avery and I went to the park for the first time today.  For some reason, I thought kids had to be 25 before it was safe for them to get on a swing.  What can I say, I’m a little … Continue reading

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Childrens Photography: KP

I’ve been  neglecting my writing to work on honing my photography skills.  My goal is to (eventually) master exposure.  I enrolled in Nicole’s Classes (Photo101) this month and am also reading Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Exposure.  My November goal is to … Continue reading

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Childrens Photography: Miss Talia

I think the best line I ever heard Talia say was when we were out to dinner with her family and one of my friends whom she had just met.  We were trying to squeeze 5 adults and 3 kids … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Finding Soft Morning Light with Talia

As a burgeoning photographer, I’m trying to learn to shoot in all types of light.  However, my favorite is a soft, backlit photograph.  It’s also the most popular natural light to shoot, so much so that some photographers will only shoot in … Continue reading

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