Saturday, April 11, 2009

New and exciting stuff!!

I have a new monitor for my laptop and a new softbox for my flash!! Woohoo!
I am even so fancy, I have the dual monitor setup, where I can stash my Photoshop tools on the laptop screen, and keep all kinds of awesome real estate on the new monitor.

New stuff means a learning curve, though. I have recently devoted some time to learning how to manually operate my flash, which has been well worth the time. I finally get it! So, I've been playing with my new toys, and therefore I have new pictures to share with you!

I am not certain I have my monitor calibrated properly yet, though I do not always go through the effort of totally color correcting the photos I post here - if they are more snapshotty, I usually don't take the time.

Anyway, that might sound like 'blah, blah, blah' to you, so I will boil it down to this: things might look a little wonky. So if you have any input on how these photos look, please feel free to write a comment! I'd appreciate it! :)

On to the show...

For most of these, I was using my older, much smaller softbox, and chasing the kids around the room!

Here is Luken with his precious Lovey! I don't think I properly cropped this one...
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Last week, the kids both had dental check-ups, and got some little sand timers in their goody bags, which they have not at all used to time their teeth-brushing! But they are great fun, and it is awesome that one is yellow and one is PINK!
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Then, Luken decided to cooperate for a few lovely moments! (And Keeley popped in here and there too!)
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A couple with the new softbox!
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Hope you enjoyed my beautiful kids!!

1 comment:

Beth said...

Nice job! Although, as beautiful as they are, I'm sure it wasn't too hard. :)