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Here is entry 2 of my Photography Diary, a place where I will be documenting my journey with photography. Last time I talked about My first Photography lesson and why I was interested in Photography.
After my first proper lesson with my camera I was raring to get out and take some photos of real things. Lucky this coincided with a family day out planned in Leamington Spa for Nik’s mum’s 65th Birthday.
Niks is one of 4 siblings along with 5 nieces and nephews, so we all descended on Nik’s younger sisters Johanna’s house for a surprise birthday celebration for his mum. With drinks and nibbles at Johanna and Pauls house first, his mum then arrived to a BIG surprise from 13 of her children, childrens partners and grandchildren. After the present giving we all took off to a big family pub for a lovely meal and then an afternoon relaxing the bear garden.
It was lovely taking some pictures of the family, something that everyone can enjoy! I do think that baby Lola stole the show though!
I kept the camera on AV and played around with the ISO and the aperture After the workshop where I was shooting products shots in controlled lighting conditions, I realised just how much harder it was working with humans that move in changeable lighting conditions outside. Looking at these photos I realise I also need to be aware of shadows.
Kelly these are FABULOUS! I love the way you told so much of the story of the day.
The photo of the little girl drinking from the wine glass is ADORABLE.
Keep up the fantastic work!
Thanks so much Jaye, coming from you that means a lot. Yes Lola is adorable isn’t she, I must stress that was water she was drinking not wine! xxx
Aww some sweet shots of the little uns there dude. Well done.
Thanks so much Shelly xx
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