There’s something I enjoy about a cool foggy start to the day. (Not enough to switch from iced to hot coffee again just yet.) Maybe it’s the welcome cool down from yard work days outdoors sweating at 7am to a hint of autumn coming soon. Change in the air. School back in session. New beginnings with a new semester. Mile markers of good memories coming into view. Calm in the skies.
“Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”
Lovebirds Jessica and Daniel danced through a rainy summer day’s engagement portrait session, made the most of the emptied park and a very green corner of the world all to themselves.
Congrats! Can’t wait to celebrate with you guys!
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The last Sunday in April is a fun day in photography and experimentation celebrating Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. (It’s new to me, too, but now it’s on the calendar!)
My first pinhole image was a “shot in the dark” completely guessed exposure of “a few minutes.” I used expired photo paper I got in a darkroom kit sale last summer. The paper was in a darkroom paper safe storage container but even I opened it in daylight at the garage sale to see what was in it. (For shame!) The darkroom kit had been stored in a barn or an old musty basement. All this to say – it’s not an exact science and this DIY fun can make a mess of your best intentions to calculate precise exposures!
Great way to just go shoot and not stress the details.
More info here at pinholeday.org – enjoy!
Alternately titled “When bad camera settings happen to good cakes”
It wasn’t a pretty sight, such a tasty dessert under such unpleasant gymnasium lighting. One of the perks of
playing around with ideas exploring concepts as an assistant allows me moments to peruse photographic studies of ambient lighting, off-camera illumination, and the posting of my comparisons thereof.