365 | Days 21 – 27

I learned some things this week.
I learned about the properties of natural lighting… the difference between hard and soft light, the difference between split and 45* light, and how good light makes everything awesome…
I also learned that I dread shooting indoors by overhead light.
I also learned that I’ll have to work extra hard to be creative with my bath-time shots… I’m running out of ideas:)
Here is this week… It was almost an all black and white week, but I opted for some color… just to keep it lively!
Oh, and as I uploaded these images, I learned that shots of my kids, on the green grass, wearing red, are some of my very, very favorite shots!
  • kbryan769 - These are great! I absolutely adore that shot in the tub – adorable! My daughter likes to “reorganize” my gladware drawer, too – lol. Laughing at the worm – my kids haven’t picked one up yet but its only a matter of time – ha ha!ReplyCancel

  • melissa - That’s a great collcetion of photos. I love the DOF in the last one and the lighting in the 2nd and 3rd ones is great.

    Are you enjoying the MNLI course?ReplyCancel

  • Emily grapes - Girl, looks like you’re killing it in MNLI!! I love her at Starbucks!! And the tub shot. Big thumbs up! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Dina Farmer - Love love the first shot!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Carlon - Wow, so many wonderful shots. I love the bathtub shot, love the framing of the doorway!ReplyCancel

  • Vicky - Beautiful, love the light in these. You are really learning it! Especially love #2 and the last one!ReplyCancel

  • mickisha - These are all so beautiful and unique! Love the different perspectives and lighting!ReplyCancel

  • Léa - beautiful week Erin! yes that red on green grass creates some magic!!!! the bath photo is pretty awesome ( i love your bath).ReplyCancel

  • Team Jaeski - Love the perspective on “Peek” and I have to agree, the red clothes on green grass is awesome. I also love that you let your kids play in the dirt and actually touch critters like earthworms! We’re a nature loving family ourselves. 😉ReplyCancel

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