What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther
Interesting with the christmas lights...you are such a good photographer. I gave up on my film camera...it was just a little too much camera for me. I am hoping to sell it or something. Cory got me a nice digital for Christmas...I am much happier. I enjoy all of your shots--and love seeing how the kiddos are growing!
Those are really fun pictures, Rebecca! You two are so cute!Hugs,Kelli
I just read a neat article on painting with lights. Some of the people had some neat pictures. Which ghetto lighting is perfect for!http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/this-week-in-the-digital-photography-school-forums-23/#more-1114
Thanks Wendy! I will say, now that I am digital, I will never ever in a million years never go back to film. Digital is so much easier to handle, to work with, and to improve on. What a fabulous gift!Thanks Kelli!Lindsey~ HEy Lindey! Great minds think alike because THAT is precisely where I FOUND the ghetto lighting idea. Of course, all of THEIR photos are WAY better than mine. I loved to concept which is why I tried it...with much less success. I have learned alot from Digital Photo School. Maybe I'll see you around there sometime?!? ;-)
These are really neat. I can tell you set the camera's setting yourself because automatic settings would never produce such a clear and bright result! (At least, I don't think so...but I don't know much.) You have a tripod, yes? Did you use it? Have you had much success with, say, putting the camera on a stack of books on the dresser? Give me a tip, here!
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