The other day when Peter woke up from his nap Charlotte decided to get in Peter’s crib and play with him. They were having such a good time I decided to get the camera and take some pictures.
This month’s Rock the Shot photo challenge is to share a photo of kids (either yours or someone else’s) displaying some aspect of fall.
I posted this photo earlier in my blog but it’s one of my favorites from this fall so I decided to submit it. I wanted to take some pictures of the kids in their Halloween costumes before the beautiful leaves all fell off the trees and the snow showed up.
I shot the picture with a 28mm 1:2.8 prime lens. It was a new lens so this was one of the first chances I had to use it.
I set my shutter at 1/4000 because it was very bright out and I knew there was NO WAY that Charlotte was going to be holding still for more than a mili second. Aperture was set at 3.2.
Every year we go out to the farm after the pumpkins have been harvested to take some photos of Charlotte with the pumpkins. This year Peter was included (and Charlotte spent most of the time dancing with “her” scarecrow).
Haha! I love his expression here!