Friday, January 21, 2011

Photography Friday: Old Friends

The Stats: 

  • Nikon D70
  • Sigma 18-55mm lens
  • SB-600 speedlight at +0.7 pointed toward the ceiling
  • 1/500 sec exposure
  • f/5.3
  • ISO 200
  • 40mm focal length

The Process: White balance correction, increase in exposure and conversion to JGP done with Raw Shooter Essentials.

The Story: The father in this family is one of my husband's oldest friends. They have know each other since they were 6 years old and have been friends ever since. Their son is a few months older than ours. As they are getting ready to move out of state, we had them over for dinner and took a few photos together.

The Highlights: Such a cute face! I love it.

The Lowlights: I am still learning how to use my flash. It doesn't seem to work consistently. I need to read the manual. The photo I took before this one was exposed correctly. This one was underexposed and I had to make some pretty drastic corrections from the RAW file.

The Outtake: Their son and Liam were fascinated with each other. Liam was chilling in his bouncy seat and their son chewed on the bouncy seat tag and tickled Liam's feet.

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