It’s been 8 long months since my last post. I have been on break for a long time! Well, I am 8 months pregnant now and expecting our 2nd next month! Isn’t that exciting?! I will surely be taking pictures as soon as the baby comes out and I will be taking clients as soon as I get my schedule fixed. For now, I will just be posting pictures of my 3 year old daughter.
The sun was out and she wanted her picture taken while she’s picking flowers in our backyard.
December 4, 2011
Discovery Park, Seattle
It was a cold Sunday morning but it didn’t stop us from doing the shoot. I’ve been to this location before for an engagement shoot but on a different area. These were shot around the visitor center and they all turned out good! I had a blast with this family and I am looking forward to our second shoot!
Equipments: D90; 35mm f1.8g
I am back at blogging!
It’s been a while since I’ve had so much to do – tending to 2 toddlers, study for my naturalization, etc.. But anyway, yay for E-session!
I’ve been craving for an engagement shoot for the longest time, well, ever since I got my camera. I was glad that it didn’t give me a hard time finding a couple who would volunteer. It turned out that a friend of mine knew a couple who are soon getting married and they’d love to be my first victim. 😉
Elaine and Rem Engagement Session
Discovery Park and Seattle Arboretum
July 2, 2011
Both of them where a little shy at first and I on the other hand didn’t know how to handle this kind of shoot. Boo-hoo… Well first of, I didn’t have any experience with this type of shoot and second, my communication skill needs some or shall I say more practice. I wanted this shoot to be smooth but I had to say something to make them feel comfortable and smile or giggle. But all of us had a lot of fun after all; learned a lot by the end of the session. I really need to brush off that shyness in me and just let the words flow. I’ll try my very best, i should, next time. So, here are the photos from my very 1st E-session. Hope you’ll all like it. If you find something off, just leave a comment, that way, I can learn more. Getting input from others especially those of professional photographers will really help me better on taking photographs. Enjoy (maybe not), like it, share it and give a comment (good or bad)! Thanks!
If you think about it, taking photographs of newborn babies may seem to be easy. You’re wrong! Well, I was… This was my first time taking professional photographs of a newborn baby and it was a daunting task for me. The baby was cranky and awake the time of the photo shoot. So, with all those crying I became uncomfortable and saw the baby feeling the same. Which, at the same time, made me just hit that clicker as many as I can without thinking if they’re good or not (sigh). With that said, I’m thinking if I should still do newborn’s or not… do I have the skill for it? Should I try again or just give up? Deep inside me, I know I can do this, with patience, perseverance and as they say “practice makes perfect”. So, here’s a few of the photos I took. Sorry if you think I didn’t do good. Next time, I will do my very best.
Here’s one of the photos I’ve taken the other day, my so-called “Flash light project”. I still want to do more of this project but I don’t know when the kiddos (hubby’s cousins) will come and visit us again. Oh well, there’s the 4th of July and I’m excited about it – fireworks!
Should I be sad or happy? Uhm… Maybe I should be happy! A new address, new look, and uhm… I don’t know. I’m new here and still have a lot to find out about wordpress. So… I’ll be posting photos pretty soon. toodaloo!
FYI: You might notice that some posts are dated earlier than this one. That is because I moved all my previous blog posts from another blog of mine to here. 🙂 So please, don’t get confused! 😉