Twenty-Six Week Project (Week 6) | Tucson Photographer
As you can tell, our theme this week for our twenty-six week project is self portrait. As a photographer, I hate being in front of the camera. But I think that it’s important for me to do it often so I remember what my clients are going through when I am photographing them.
If you have missed past themes, some of my favorites are Once Upon a Time, Lets Get Close and View From Up Here.
Now head over to the fabulous Beth’s site to see her pictures. Elisabeth Ross | Tyler TX Newborn Photographer
Twenty-Six on Friday (Week 4) | Tucson Children’s Photographer
It’s week 4 of our new 26 week project. I am really enjoying our new project his year. We have a great group of photographers and fun themes to challenge us. If you missed last weeks, it was a cinematograph. Cinematographs are still pictures with some live element to them. You must make the rounds and see if you missed it!
This week our theme is “Once Upon a Time”. Of course I had to use my little princess to make this theme work. I went with the idea of kissing the frog to turn into a prince. Of course I am not ready for any frogs to be turning into a prince for her yet, but she executed it perfectly.
Now head over to my fabulous friend Aubry’s site to see what she photographed this week! Aubry Startin | Gilbert Family Photographer
Twenty-Six on Friday (week 3) | Tucson Children’s Photographer, Phoenix Children’s Photographer
It’s now week 3 of our new 26 week project. If you haven’t been following our new project, this year we have decided to do 26 weeks instead of 52. It allows us to be a little more creative and have more time for each post. Last week our technique was unique lighting and our theme was “lets get close” and you can see my image here.
For the month of February, our technique is video or cinematograph. Cinematograph is taking a still picture, and adding some living elements to it. Our theme this week is “the people who keep me sane“. Although there are MANY moments when my kids drive me bonkers, it is moments when they are sleeping that I realize they are really who keep me sane. My family is what I live for and after moving so much the last 7 years, I would of never stayed sane without them. So I used a picture of my son sleeping for this weeks theme. I wanted to do a cinematograph but I do not have video quality of my SLR camera. SO I had to use the video on my point and shoot. Luckily I was able to make it work, but that is why my picture quality is so poor on the video. It’s not a stunning example of a cinematograph, but you get the idea. If you haven’t seen cinematograph before, you must check it out at this website. It truly is an amazing way of photography. Please continue going through the circle because there are some girls who really did an amazing job this week with cinematograph!
Here is a better picture of the two people who I adore and keep me going!
Now head over to my friend Kara’s site to see her image for this week. Kara May | Phoenix AZ Photographer
Twenty-Six on Friday (Week 2) | Phoenix Family Photographer
It’s week 2 of our new 26 week project. Last week our theme was “the view from up here”. This weeks theme is “lets get close”. My son is my little cuddle buddy. He is my child who constantly shows love and tells you he loves you. I just love my sweet little man and so I decided to get close with him for this months theme. Also with this new project we are adding techniques to work on each month. This month our technique was unique lighting. I took this picture in front of our blinds on a bright day so we are back light. I love how it just creates a shadow of us.
We have 12 other amazing photographer’s in our group so please be sure to make your rounds through the whole circle. We have one awesome new photographer that we added so you must check her out too.
Now head over to my friend Kara’s site to see her pictures. Kara May | Phoenix Family Photographer
Twenty-Six on Friday (Week 1) | Tucson Children’s Photographer
It’s a New Year which means a new project! I am super excited to tell you about the project I am taking part in this year. As photographers, we are always looking for ways to challenge ourselves. This year I am taking on an exciting new challenge, a 26 week project. It is similar to the 52 week project most of you are familiar with, except this year we are working on techniques along with our themes. Our themes for our 26 week project will be more thought provoking, so it will be fun to see the different interpretations. I am working along with 11 other AMAZING photographers, 6 of my favorite photographers from my last group and 5 crazy talented news ones, who will be challenging me as the year goes on. Each month we will have a different technique we are working on, and each week we will have a new theme.
For the month of January, our technique is unique lighting and our theme is “view from up here”. After you see my picture, be sure to continue clicking through the different photographers links so you can see the complete circle. Be sure to come back in 2 weeks to see our next theme, you don’t want to miss it!
When I was brainstorming ideas to use for this weeks theme, I realized this is a view I see multiple times a day! And of course he had to be reading a Sports magazine, he is such a little man. Since we don’t have any natural light in our bathroom, I decided to pull out my Sony video light to add some unique lighting to my theme this month! I love my Sony light when I am in places that don’t have much natural light, especially for wedding receptions!
I am super excited about the photographer you are heading to next. She is new to our project this year and a fellow AZ girl. She’s super talented and I just love her. So now you MUST head over to Kara May’s site to see her interpretation this week. And remember to keep going through the circle until you have seen all 12 pictures. I promise there is some amazing talent in this group!!! Kara May | Phoenix Valley Child and Family Photographer