Project 52: Playing with Creative Settings and Light (1)

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 love.  In this project, we concentrate on light and spend each month exploring an overarching theme.  This month marks week 48 and we are entering into our *last* theme of the year.  As our last theme, we have decided to play a bit free and loose and to focus on using light creatively.  This may mean different things to each of us, and to each photograph, but expect to see sunflare and bokeh, movement and motion blur, and more.

I captured the below image of Avery at a birthday party today.  She was running through the sprinklers and the drops of water were catching the light in such a fun way.  My shutter speed is fast enough that I have mostly frozen the action, but slow enough that you can still see the motion of the water as she dances through.


Please continue along our creative blog circle to see what my friend Kennedy of Tinsley House Photography has posted this week.  Click HERE to see Kennedy’s play on creative settings.

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