shallow depth of field…
Here was the starting point:
And here is what it become with an aperture of 1.4.
Now continue on to see how some amazing photographers saw the world with a shallow depth of field. Check out how Debbie captured a tiny sliver of focus.
the beautiful ugly.
We’re potty training in this household. With my oldest, it didn’t go so well. I’m hoping it’s a little better for my littlest.
These photographs capture our little potty training moment…as beautifully as I can.
Please continue on our lovely blog circle by checking out Freda’s beautiful ugly.
looking through glass.
I love this concept and really want to continue to explore this throughout the year. I’m kind of bummed I didn’t get any good photos of my kiddos while I was looking through glass…but I’m definitely not going to stop trying! My lovely little raindrops, shadows, and terrarium will do for now.
Continue on our lovely little blog circle and please check out Kristen’s view through glass!
This month ended up being incredibly busy so I did not have as much time to practice as I would have liked. But here was the prep work to my Valentine’s Dinner, made by my husband at my request: shrimp and grits. He made his own shrimp stock and the thyme added a beautiful dimension to the sauce on the grits.
Unfortunately it was too late and dark for me to take a photo of the finished product…but it was fantastic!
Please continue on our blog circle by checking out Kristen’s lovely pancakes!
In this month’s CM blog circle, it’s all about the up close portrait.
And if that wasn’t close enough…same child, another toy!
To continue with this lovely CM blog circle, check out Jessica’s up close portrait!