In the midst of the chaos of a busy morning, the fights and the arguments over cereal or blocks or lost blankies…they do love each other…they do call each other their best friends…they do. As a mom it is my job to capture that and to encourage it. My prayer over them is that they […]

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  • Heather - The expression on your little one’s face says, “I feel really loved”. Nice photo to end your challenge with!ReplyCancel

  • Jenn Sawtelle - Hi! I am curious if you used your 50 mm for this photo? Would you mind sharing the Aperture and other technical info? i am always struggling for the sharp photo of ALL THREE of my kids together! Someone is always a little soft. . .

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    • Amy - I used my 35mm for this photo, my settings were 2.8f, 1/200ss and 400 iso. Getting three people in focus at 2.8f is a challenge, but if you notice all three kids are on the same plane, meaning they are all level with each other. The softest part of the photo is my oldest’s face (on the right) her face isn’t on the same plan but her hair is. Does that make sense?ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - This is beautiful! I’ve been enjoying all of your photo a day posts. :)ReplyCancel

(For the entire month of February I am photographing my children each day. This is a personal project dear to my heart. Thank you for stopping by!) Taken way past their bedtime…after a long day at school and home…and a wonderful night at the movies…an iphone was today’s camera of choice…embracing the imperfections of today’s […]

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