This was a sad photo week for me. It was terrible, raining weather all week. It was very gloomy. I love outside shots and had to do most photos indoors--with little to no help from natural light since the sun was far, far away behind the raining clouds. The sad thing is it is Fall here and I love outside Fall shots. Enough complaining, here is what I have.
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This was taken after dark, so it was all indoor lighting. I realized later in the week after watching and rewatching videos I should have taken my ISO up to get better lighting in this situation. It turned out okay. I love the shot because it epitomizes my third child's quest in life to be like her siblings. Her older sister is taking dance, so notice that she has four different tutus on. Her older brother is taking piano, so here she sits in her sister's tutus playing from her brother's piano books.
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My children are such hams.
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Here I framed my daughter as she climbed the stairs to the slide.
This one didn't make it because I cut off her finger tips
This was taken in a church, which has terrible lighting, so I went with black and white here.