Wednesday, November 10, 2010

a fall photoshoot with little ones


a few weeks ago
i got together with a couple friends of mine & shot their little kiddos.
it was a sweet morning & i was honored they wanted me
to capture some moments of their babies.

first time shooting someone else's children
mobile children
multiple children

 that morning the skies were super dark
& we considered rescheduling
but the skies began to clear once we arrived at our location
( note to self-buy a reflector)
the little ones were absolutely adorable
with such playful & precious little spirits


for mother's day dan bought me a fixed lens.
i don't think i've taken that lens off my camera since that day.
for the last few months  i  have tried to shoot in aperture priority
mess around with iso & white balance.
i have SO much to learn

i spend alot of time peeking around on many photograpers sites.
because of that, i am well aware that i have a long way to go...

nevertheless
here are a few hundred from that morning...




























23 comments:

Between You and Me said...

great shots!

love the one of the little boy walking toward the tree...

Jodee Leader said...

Adorable pictures! You are such a talented photographer!

traci said...

good morning paige. those are great. love that you caught so many precious moments. adorable. love the little boy and his puppy.

Martha said...

cute cute photos...I bet you had so much fun!

Jboo said...

Oh Paige -- those are so wonderful! What precious beautiful children and I think you really captured their fun (and thoughtful) spirits! Good job!

janet

Cheryl said...

Paige,
Love the way you truly captured their spirit. How much fun did you have??? I love this learning process. What camera do you use? What blogs are you learning from... I am doing the same thing!!
~c

elvira pajarola said...

...These are simply very, very touching photos, Paige....!

You know; it isn't absolutely important the equipment of a photographer;..but what he sees and feels ...that's what is "taking" the photo!!!!!!

You have done it SUBLIME!!!!!

ciao ciao elvira

Farmgirl Paints said...

Oh girlie those are absolutely perfect. You are just a natural!

Kate said...

Pagie...darling!!! Are we talking twins here??? They are such dear dear children...and your feeling is coming through. I love the emotion and real moments you captured.

Jennifer Rizzo said...

Oh Paige! Those pictures are adorable! The kids help, but they look great! You did a wonderful job, you have such a great eye!

ElisabethCS said...

Photographing children is tough! It's even tougher for ME to shoot MY OWN children. I'm right along with ya...lots to learn still. But you're doing a great job! I just wish I had time to take a class on shooting in manual.

Curtis said...

Beautiful shots Paige. Those two children are sooo cute. You did a wonderful job capturing the sweet joy in their faces.

Courtney Walsh said...

So many cute shots, Paige!! :) You go!!

Smiling is Good for Your Teeth said...

sweet photos and they were wearing adorable outfits!!

Alecia said...

Strong work!

Christina said...

hi sweetheart!
these are beautiful.
and the family will cherish them forever.
xo

hometown girl said...

paige they are darling! i'm sure she'll love them so many fun ones! susan

amandatdodson said...

These are beautiful!

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

These are wonderful, Paige!

I'm getting a fixed lens too, we need to talk. :-)

Hugs,
Anne

Wendy @ The Shabby Nest said...

Just darling! For having "a lot to learn" you sure are good at what you do!

Seizing My Day said...

I can't stand it... beautiful!!

I miss my babies that young!! *sigh*

;)

Fun to take photos like that!! hope more opportunities come your way!

Clare said...

amazing photos paige!! i am loving the ones with the little boy...running to the tree and by the barn, throwing the leaves!! this family will be so happy:)

Lissa said...

what an honor that they asked you! I can't imagine how nervous I'd be. Especially when you do look at other photographer's blogs who do it professionally all the time. Good for you! You did a fantastic job!