Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Labels: Twenty Eight
Labels: Matt's Farewell
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Surprises from the leprechauns
They left evidence of being there
The leprechauns turned our milk green!!!
Labels: It's a leprechaun
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
For those of you who don't know, Parker knows a lot about photography. He has read so many photography books from cover to cover that I lost track a long time ago. He loves reading and remembers almost everything he reads. This is one of the reasons that we make such a great team. He knows a lot about the technical aspects of photography, and I have a good eye for the artistic side of it. I love that we can come together and learn from each other. I find myself constantly asking Parker what settings he would use in this situation and why. I thought that he might be able to help some of you out there who are having a hard time using your equipment to the best of its potential, so I have asked him if he would post a couple of posts regarding camera techniques and equipment. With that being said, I will turn the computer over to my wonderful husband Parker.
Photography to me is all about expressing your emotions and ideas. It's about sharing your creativity, capturing lifes precious moments, creating art, and then taking all those emotions and creating an image that will somehow allow others to feel those same feelings when they see your art.
EXPOSURE: the total amount of light allowed to fall on the photographic medium (photographic film or image sensor) during the process of taking a photograph. Exposure is measured in lux seconds, and can be computed from exposure value (EV) and scene luminance over a specified area.
Now that you realize what constitutes an exposure you need to understand how to use these elements to create the artistic picture you have in your head.
This guy was so nice! I could tell he was just sweating in all his garb
All the kids lined up to listen to the sirens and learn about the cool vehicles they had in their garage
Chloe and Ella plugged their ears for the sirens
These are huge sissors that cut through cars when the fire fighters need to get people out of their cars... whoa
I love that my girls look so cute and then the girl right next to them is pulling funny faces... she was doing this in every picture I got
Durring the kids song they all "stopped, dropped, and rolled" we might need to work on Chloe keeping her head down :)
Our JUNIOR FIRE FIGHTERS!!!
Labels: The fire station
Labels: My beautiful friend Hannah
Saturday, March 13, 2010
Ella sat so good for Chelsey. I love the look on her face!!!
Thanks Aunt Chels for making me even more darling!!!
Labels: Ella's first haircut
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
One of the many "Product" shots that we did while we were there for Pella. They are putting a lot of these on their pamphlets and brochurs for next year.
Kyle Korver with some of the Pella Executives
The Jazz Bear was hilarious and made the event so much fun
One of the semi trucks Pella brought and parked infront of the Energy Solutions Center.
I think Parker just wanted to buddy up with the bear so he could ride his motorcycle!
Labels: Pella Pro Expo