I have to remind myself why I really started this photo blog. I needed a place that would hold all my pictures and notes so that I could look back to see my progression as I journeyed through my new found interest, photography! My goal is to take new pictures on a weekly basis and post them for my own review and reference. I will title these posts New Pics (Week X) and use the label 'new' to locate these posts easily. These posts will also serve as a central location for me to refer when making submissions to photo challenges. I feel I should structure these posts in a certain way to remain consistent and organized throughout my click, click, clicking ventures. I may, from time to time, share my before & afters to keep record of my picture taking progression and editing style changes. Camera settings are an entirely different story. I think it would take me too long to note camera settings as they tend to differ from picture to picture. I do, however, find comfort in knowing I can always refer to the properties of my computer image files for this information! I may make notes or share some resources that I stumbled upon that week. Although I say these posts are for me, don't be fooled! Everyone loves visitors, but more importantly comments! Feel free to tune in however often you'd like! Oh and if I don't get a chance to say it, "Thank You in advance for visiting my site!" I truly appreciate your interest.
My baby was so proud of herself. This is only her second time standing in her crib!
I can't believe how BIG she is getting.
I love how this one of my baby's feet looked as a Polaroid!
The below picture is of a garden ornament that my mom keeps as a welcoming piece near her front door.
Livvy's piggy bank.
The below picture is a little blurry, but I wanted a real close-up.
When I use the eye brightening tool in picnik I feel like it also sharpens as well.
I don't think the blurriness is as noticeable in my edited version.
and back to my edited pics. I used a Bokehlicious Dancing Light action in
this picture that I purchased from Paint the Moon.
There is actually a texture in the picture below also purchased from Paint the Moon.
Again, I used another Bokehlicious Dancing Light action on the photo below.
Can you believe I actually caught my own natural dancing light? Pretty cool I think.
This is another texture, one of my favorites, that I purchased from Paint the Moon.
I think it works well with this photo.