This session was harder than I anticipated, but I loved how much I learned. I realized I need to check my settings throughout the whole shoot, not just set them at the beginning and go. Positioning and moving him was tough, but now I have a grasp on little tricks to make it smoother. Overall it was a wonderful experience and I can't wait until the next newborn (or any age for that matter) session that comes my way!
The hubby liked it and that made me happy :) Who doesn't like your husbands approval on something??
Well... When I got home from work today, he didn't stall too much before making sure it's known he also took a piano picture today.
But he didn't just take a picture... He grabbed our full length mirror, and bounced the light shining in from our window, onto the piano.
I was impressed.
(The only thing I wasn't sure about was the top left corner, which he said was a light reflection. I think it looks like he got his finger in the way.... which I KNOW isn't true. Still think it might need edited out.)
Today was tough for me in a way. I love photography. I think we've already established that.
My husband also loves photography.... And he's very talented. And it comes pretty natural to him.
He says this whole "piano picture taking thing" should be a friendly competition to stretch each other.
I suppose.... :)
In all seriousness, I love that he loves photography and has a good eye for it. I definitely look forward to learning together and teaching each other new things. What a team we could make!
And now I will carry a full length mirror with me every where I go! :D