Week 24: Emotive
This week was all about showing emotion through photographs. There were some really fabulous shots this week! I landed on this photo by Aliesha Busch for the spotlight feature. The way the light is hitting this little boy really puts focus on what he’s doing and makes you wonder what he is thinking. I think the way light is used plays a big part in getting a really emotive photograph and so many of you used light very well to help tell your story. Awesome week! Congrats to everyone and thank you for yet another great week!
I loved our theme this week. So many honest moments captured. Our spotlight this week goes to Photography by Maria Angerilli. This photo really is just so perfectly imperfect. The moment, the moody black and white, the way the light is hitting her. It may not all be the most ideal for a photo, but it is real.
Congrats to Maria and ALL of our featured photographers this week!
And another quick reminder that I will soon be flying back to the states so please keep that in mind for this next week or so. I’ll be packing and unpacking and trying to recover from jet lag. Thank you for understanding!
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So many lovely images this week – this theme was a hit! It is always hard for me to choose the spotlight feature but this week there was one photo that just really stood out to me and I think to most of you as well! This gorgeous photo by Chaos&Bliss Photography. The colors are just astounding. The clouds, the stillness of the water, the gentle ripples around the children in the photo. Just a very magical photograph.
A messy face from the cake he’d just eaten. Messy hair. Still in his PJs at 2:00 in the afternoon. Photo was taken in our incredibly dark entry way. Nothing perfect about this, but at the same time, it IS perfect. Perfect because that is how I will remember my littles. Our easy going days at home just doing what we want to do. If we want to stay in our comfies, we do. Because we can. :) I love watching their little imaginations. In these photos, he was “taking a call” from someone who needed something fixed in their house. The toolbox was in the next room and ready to go. ;) I just *love* his facial expressions during this oh-so-serious phone call.
Don’t wait for when your child is in the perfect outfit, or has his/her hair perfectly brushed/styled, or when the lighting conditions are just perfect. Capture it all any way in the best way that you can.