What a fun/hard/stressful/amazing/knowledge-filled week!
This week we learned SO FLIPPING MUCH! I don’t want to break any copyright laws so I won’t go into detail, but I just can’t say more how much fun I’m having in this workshop and with my camera. Its wonderful!
So these little beauties of my ebony baby are photos I took the same day as the amazing shot in my previous post and I just had to share his adorableness. Yes, if/when James and I ever start a family, I will be that mom that has photos she whips out to brag about her kids. I’m shameless. 🙂
Jackson does this thing with his ball, he always drops it into his water bowl when he’s out and about running. I can’t decide if he can’t stand the texture of his own slobber, if he enjoys the sogginess or if he just likes a clean ball, but its disgusting… And he looks up at you like life just couldn’t get better than this!
Have I mentioned how supportive James is during all of this?
Seriously, he actually pulled over for me when I mentioned I
wanted to take some photos of an almond orchard near our house sometime.
I didn’t even have to ask!
So this weeks assignment was to take an image with correct skin tone with natural light. I work during light hours and this was really hard! But I knew I had to submit something, I couldn’t fall behind — it just wasn’t an option. James generously offered to be my model, but my model (hubster) got sick. Next closest family members/friends were my own appendages. I wasn’t able to get as creative as I’d liked, I didn’t realize how difficult my camera is to hold w/one hand!
And the last photo taken was of my tootsies. Sorry, I know they’re far from pretty. I thought this was the perfect photo to illustrated how spoiled we Californians are — its freaking DECEMBER and I’m in FLIP-FLOPS!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed the photos 😉 Feel free to leave a comment about what you liked/didn’t like about my photos (comments on my toes are off-limits!). I’m always open for suggestions. 🙂
Have a great week everyone!