Today’s post is for Project 52, a weekly blog project that I am working on with several other talented photographers whom I’ve come to know and adore over the past year. In this project, we concentrate on light and spend several weeks exploring an overarching theme. Today we begin a new theme: Playing with Artificial Light.
For this post, I am actually attempting to use my flash. Alexa had fallen asleep on the sofa this evening and just looked so sweet curled up on the couch. It isn’t the most exciting shot, but it was a memory that I wanted to capture and I simply wouldn’t have been able to get it if I hadn’t used my flash.
Please continue along our creative blog circle to see what my lovely friend Cheryl Chriss Sawyer has posted. Like me, Cheryl is a Monmouth County, New Jersey native, though she currently lives in NYC with her two girls. Please click HERE to see Cheryl’s play on artificial light.
Another ridiculously precious photo. And hooray for the flash – to be able to document this moment. You did a great job!
Awwww, so sweet! Great use of flash!
So sweet! Flash turned out great!
Flash is perfect here- it looks like indoor light on her. Her skin looks gorgeous!
Such sweetness! You captured it well with the flash!
Lovely subtle effect!! Such a precious memory to have captured!!
omg, I love her, such a great photo
Oh, so sweet! I love her posture: it’s so “baby,” even as she’s turning into a little girl: curled arms and wrist, and her leg dipping into the crack in the sofa cushions. The light is nice and soft and natural.
I love sleeping babies and her curled up pose is just precious. So sweet!!
Super cute in the fetal position!!
Oh, man – so friggin adorable. What a cutie!