It’s been a long winter. Very long! I’ve been busy being a mom to two active little girls and working on improving my photography and building a business. I decided a fun way to incorporate those things together would be a 30 day challenge. Many thanks to Click It Up a Notch for this great e-book, The Unexpected Everyday. This challenge not only improved my skills, but made me look at photography from a perspective that I probably wouldn’t have before.
Day 1: Capture those little feet.
Day 2: Imaginative play.
Day 3: Morning routine.
Day 4: Portraits.
Day 5: Details.
Day 6: Outdoor play. (My little one found the puddles oh so entertaining that day!)
Day 7: Laughter.
Day 8: Peek a boo!
Day 9: Sleeping child.
Day 10: Busy hands at work.
Day 11: Evening routines.
Day 12: Walking away.
Day 13: A moment in another room through a cracked door.
Day 14: Looking out the window.
Day 15: Dramatic light.
Day 16: Allow your child to do something their not allowed to do. (Okay, they are allowed in the mud with their boots on. )
Day 17: With a favorite toy or stuffed animal.
Day 18: Get down low.
Day 19: silhouettes.
Day 20: Capture their curiosity.
Day 21: Something that represents who they are at this age.
Day 22: Reading on their own.
Day 23: Story telling
Day 24: Create motion blur.
Day 25: Photograph taking your child out to eat…..(photo coming soon). 🙂
Day 26: Staring directly into the camera with split lighting.
Day 27: Self portrait.
Day 28: Raise your ISO and capture a first.
Day 29: Your child’s room. My girls’ rooms are forever messy. Why clean up the mess when that’s what I’m probably going to remember so clearly about this age?
Day 30: Your child’s hands with an older family member (in this case, my hubby).