So Long Sweet Summer | Lake County IL Family Photographer
And just like that Summer is over. Now on to the blustery cold Fall and even more bitterly cold Chicago Winter.
So far Fall has been pleasant. I would like it if it stayed that way til mid November, coming from a photographer – Der. I do enjoy the colder weather, though. I love bundling up, a warm drink, the feeling of thawing out in a warm house. Very nostalgic indeed.
Below is my girl in the the last days of Summer.
I want to start channeling my inner artistic photography side and not ‘care about the technical stuff’. I have been experimenting with free-lensing (some examples below minus the middle photo). It is exactly what it sounds like. You have your lens completely off your camera body and manipulate it up, down, left, right to create effects. It is seriously cool, and I want to play more! It is super nerve wracking to not have it on your camera though. That’s a lot of dough to be potentially dropping ;)
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EEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! Gorgeous! I love that top photo!! Okay so be honest, on a scale of 1 to 10, how scary/difficult is free lensing? I want to give it a try but I am scared to death!
These are beautiful!!! You are brave to free lens. I don’t think I would get any good shots! These are wonderful.
That first one is so amazing!!! I have heard about this free lensing but am way too scared to do it :) Ha, I would drop my lens and something terrible would get all over my sensor or something! But, I love it’s effect…very cool!!! Love that laugh in the middle, too…perfect!