I love taking my daughters with me to my studio, they are always finding some weird thing to do. For instance, setting up their own photoshoot while doing what they do best. Snack, watch their iPads and or iPhones while sucking up valuable internet speed watching some movies.
The other day while driving my kids around. My oldest daughter told me she wanted to be an artist. The look on my face was filled with excitement since she has always been a crafty person. I took her out to buy some paint and boards and am curious to see what she makes.
I set up the GoPro on the corner of my art table, thinking she would just slap paint around, but she actually took the time to block out areas. Interesting.
Really enjoying the GoPro. The super wide camera mode’s perspective is super fun. Seeing the distortion and how well it auto corrects for light quickly is pretty nice. The worst part, I wanted to take a photo with my 50mm and I forgot to charge the batteries. Fail.
A little test with the GoPro, and a clamp strapped to my daughter’s bike. I wanted to see what the quality was like and see how the clamps worked out. The clamps themselves are super strong, and sometimes hard to unclamp.
Starting my photography “dear diary” all over again. I can’t count how many times through different services where and how I set up a blog or photography page. I decided to separate my sketches and photos so it would be easier for myself to find what I am looking for.
Hopefully, this will be the last move. A little warp in time through photos. I need to go back and look at some highlights I have had through the years. Many memorable events and a whole mess of experiences.
As I went through a couple of albums of photos, I found some oldies of my children. They are much older now, but as any parent would say, they look the same to me. I believe these photos were taken in 2010.