My favorite models of all time…my sons. Although most often they are reluctant models. I love capturing image of my sons. Two weeks ago my oldest turned 13. I can’t believe how fast time flies. It’s seems like only yesterday he could almost fit in one hand. I am blessed beyond my wildest dreams with my two amazing sons!!!
Well, I got a little lazy with my Project 52 the last several months but I’m going to end the year strong. I’ve got 6.5 weeks to shoot 36 Self Portraits in order to have 52 of them done by the end of the year. I’m not sure if I’ll make it but I’m going to do my best. This one is # 17 in the series and is entitled….”Not a Good Idea”. Haven’t you ever wanted to touch the ends of the jumper cables together before. I mean, be honest, haven’t you been tempted? Well trust me it is …”Not a Good Idea.” LOL.
Here is some technical stuff for any fellow photogs out there. This was shot at iso 200, 180th of a sec at f8.0. I’ve got one flash up above at camera left pointing down at me at 1/8th power and a second flash to camera right and sitting about stomach high on my desk pointing up at me at 1/16th power. The second flash was covered by the edge of some material from another umbrella sitting accross the unit. Of course I played with it a whole bunch in photoshop. I added a little texture to make the background a little more interesting. If you have any questions please send me an email. Enjoy.
My youngest son Trey had a B-day party on Saturday. We took a few quick snaps of the festivities. He invited a few of his buddies over and they had a “Nerf” Gun war. They played capture the flag and a little bit of flag football afterward we had some Hotdogs, chips and cake & ice cream. All and all the day was a huge success. I can’t believe that I have two sons in double digits. It makes me feel old.
The B-day boy and his new “Nerf” Gun.
Capture the flag winners
Gavyn can’t wait to get started playing.
The whole gang ready to play!!