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So I don't really have a favorite artist but I have always liked the Rosie the Riveter posters so that is what I went with. I wish the background in the photo was more yellow but other then that I don't think it turned out to bad. That is the 3 year old's serious look :)
Two Small Braids
Supplies for Braids
Your First Braid
Welcome to Braids
Next Steps for Photography
The Trolls are lit using a clamp light, they were very back lit but I liked the table they were on. The clamp light definitely helped. The second photo, I tried to embrace my flash which I haven't used in years because I hate the effect it gives photos. However after playing with a few settings on my camera I hate the effect on this photo less. I may have to give my flash a second chance!
This was a really fun lesson! I enjoyed making the reflector, I wound up using cardboard because it is what I had at home. I was really impressed with how much light it reflected. The first photo is my daughter in front of the glass door without the reflector and the second is with it. Huge difference!
Tripods and Supports
Holding the Camera
The first 2 I didn't use a tripod for but I was pretty close and there was enough light. The 3rd one, of the building was from across the river using my car as a tripod. I need to invest in a tripod, I had to do some editing to get the photo straight because my car hood is angled so much.
A trip out of town. All the different angles with several subjects.
Canning and Preserving Class
Important Camera Settings
Some indoor shots of one of the Beasties. A mix of florescent, Tungsten, Shade and Daylight.
Getting to Know your Camera
I love the snow, and we finally got enough to go for a walk and take some photos!
Choosing a Camera, Tools and Supplies
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