I have a session this weekend out at Park Lake. While I walk here often, where I go is probably not the best for photos, so yesterday the girls and I explored another section of the park and I attempted to get some fall portraits of them.
Way to ruin the shot Lacey. :)
Lacey thinks posing is for losers... she'd much rather roll around in the leaves. I never did go over and see what it was she was rolling in. I hope it wasn't too nasty.
Contemplating if she should roll again, or move on... I believe she chose to roll again. :)
I tend to shoot with the sun directly at my back but I know "people photographers" tend to shoot with the sun directly in front of them (and at their subject's back). I'm trying to figure out how to do this, but am not having much luck. I don't mind the black and white.
I have trouble getting the camera to focus on a moving subject when shooting into the sun. Coulee is only walking so it managed, but a trot would probably be too much for it.
Coulee got a few frisbee throws and that was it, so in order to play with Lacey without Coulee I just needed to find another "toy" that Coulee wouldn't want. Voila - a fetching Lacey without Coulee joining in. Although without Coulee wanting the toy, Lacey's excitement for the stick lasted for exactly one throw. LOL.
I couldn't resist asking Lacey to climb on top of a few tables.
See how much she enjoys posing and looking at the camera? Yeah. Not so much.