I love to practice on flowers-they are beautiful of course but they also don’t move when I say “hold still” and they don’t complain!
With the boys at school today, I set my
sights camera on Max. Here are two shots from today, both SOOC (straight out of camera) and edited just a bit for fun.
Here is Max on his normal, back of the couch perch waiting for the school bus to come.
Today had been a very busy day though for Max, full of chasing birds and UPS trucks and he just couldn’t keep his eyes open long enough to greet the bus. It is a rough life after all.
I took a bunch of flower pictures. I will sort through them soon and share anything worth sharing.
I learned a new term the other day-mamarazzi. It basically means “mom who stalks child with camera”. That definitely describes me well these days. A fellow mom blogger told me about a place that rents cameras and lenses. You reserve what you want and they ship it by FedEx. Return shipping is part of the rental fee. I rented a Canon 50mm 1.4 lens. Steve told me that renting would not help me make a future purchase choice, it would only make me want one now…and he is SO right. I really, really, really want one…but I digress.
I have stalked the boys and the dog for the last few days, taking a ton of pictures at a ton of settings. I think I am even going to rent one again when we go to Texas in June so I can take some pictures of my best friend Tina’s kiddos. The minute I pick up the camera my boys turn on their heels and head the other way, maybe it will take John a day or two to learn that.
I haven’t posted in awhile so I thought I would throw up a picture of each of the boys real quick. I can tell that this lens is nice because I didn’t edit these at all (and I wouldn’t want to).
They both look so old-especially Cayden. He will be 14 in a few short weeks. Where does time go???
(yes, as you can see, their allegiance no longer belongs to Texas teams)