Friday, November 04, 2011

Be Still, My Heart

In the midst of cleaning out photos yesterday (still not even close to done, by the way), I ran across these photos that I don't remember taking. Granted, I have chemo brain and it's entirely possible I even posted them on the blog, but I don't think so.

And I feel like I lost what little street cred I might have by posting my straight out of the camera picture yesterday so to redeem myself I feel compelled to tell you that these are nearly straight out of the camera. :) Settings for all three pictures are f2.8, 1/640 SS and ISO 400. Used my 35mm lens, and they were taken in April, right after I got my Nikon D7000.



In the next 24 hours, not only do I have three photo shoots, but we have tickets to see Wicked tonight (thank you, Jenne and Kari!), plus tomorrow is Digital Scrapbooking Day. Sounds like a pretty spectacular 24 hours to me.

Using the new November BYOC at The Lilypad. Lots of good stuff going on over there this weekend, so if you're a scrapper, definitely check it out.


Krista said...

AMAZING!!! You are such a fantastic photographer. And what a little model! I love the flip in Rory's hair - so sweet.
Enjoy Wicked! I was just listening to the soundtrack yesterday.
"Everyone deserves the chance to fly"

Mayme said...

You are going to love Wicked!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Amy said...

Those pictures are gorgeous!! I love her short little bob now but her long hair was beautiful, too. I've always wanted to see Wicked. Hope you have a wonderful time!!

Amanda said...

Beautiful picture!!

Amanda said...

I meant to say picture"s". They are all AMAZING!!

Annie B. said...

Lovely photos! Sounds like the perfect 24 hours and you deserve them! Enjoy!

One Happy Mama said...

Seriously gorgeous! Hope you have a fantastic time at Wicked, I've always wanted to see that!

KrisJ said...

GORG!!!!! So glad you got to go to wicked!!!

Christine said...

My jaw just hit the floor... those are beautiful shots Melissa! Of course, I'm behind and need to go see what you refer to as your street-cred-losing-SOOC. :-)