It’s been so much fun seeing your One-a-Day images pop up in the feed! So much beauty and creativity!
The light, tones, and textures in Darcie Tallman’s image pull together to make a stop you in your tracks image and it snagged our first Featured Image spot this week. Jenna Thiessen’s image of a mother holding her newborn conveys so much emotion even though we can’t see the mama’s face. Her composition and editing are wonderful and I’d bet we could all imagine ourselves in that very position.
New this week
This week is all about Studio Photography! We are excited to have two options for you to learn more about. Jennifer Sutsser gives an overview of how she does studio work from her home. Emily Brunner gives an overview of photography work from a studio space.
You guys made the bathroom so much fun! Highlights are in the new Magazine.
In home studio shots can go right into this album.
April 28th 9pm EST/8pm CST is our next virtual meet up. Break out rooms will be back!
- What a fun shot of Tricia getting some air as she took on a bike jump!
- Carolyn captured a stunning series of some Spring flowers.
- Krupa posted a stunning sunset shot full of deep and tranquil colors.
- So much drama in this shot from Jody. Light, shadow, negative space….
- Nicole shot a gorgeous monochrome image full of rich tones and texture.
- Katie Marie shared what she captured as her children were reunited with their grandparents. The emotion she captured is just beautiful!
- Kate Brueck captured the sweetest little yawn this week.
- Eliya has some R5/R6 settings questions. Can you lend a hand?
- Tara is looking for some advice on getting great hockey shots from action shots to portraits.
- Memory Monday took us back to a lesson from Kristina Hill about shooting at home.
- Thanks, Monica, for sharing the story about the baseball photog whose lens was shattered by a foul ball – you have to check this out!
- Jenny would like some tips and pointers for shooting chess.