Pictures in Sibling shirts

I finally got pictures of the kiddos in their sibling shirts that Nana searched hi and low for (specifically Kenniston’s).  They did not come out like I planned they were all taken within an hour of each other, in the same exact location, from the exact same distance…however the lighting changed vastly.  I don’t get it, but I am too tired to worry about it right now.  I need to reread my Understanding Exposure book, until these will have to do.

Also, here is an art project the kids and I made.  Counting down the days is too hard, so we made a paper chain to count down the weeks.  Vincent and Kenniston helped me cut out 52 chains.  After Kenniston went to bed early (she isn’t feeling well) Vincent helped me glue the chains together.  He loved counting them.  On the inside I am going to put down a Bible verse and something to pray over for Brian.  Each time we count down a week we are going to pray over that verse and area of Brian during that week.

Here is what a chain of 52 links looks like in our house…pretty cool in a weird way.

Updated: February 2, 2009 — 7:08 am


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  1. BEAUTIFUL….Nana

  2. I really like the lighting of the Ruby pic! Great job on all of them! Abby

  3. Oh Kelly! Does your creativity have no bounds!! I love this, it makes it tangible for the kids! And you too!

  4. Great idea with the chain! I have seen that before 🙂

    Some photo tips … are you shooting in RAW? I highly recommend you do if you already are not! And also, do you custom white balance? That is a big time saver too in post processing! Like I said in the facebook mail, feel free to ask me anything!

    The shirts are adorable!

  5. I’m available for any conversation and/or photography advice whenever you want to give me a call! Worst case, I can call you back shortly.

    I always do custom white balance for portraiture and things like that. Also, shooting in RAW as Kellie said will help. You can make all those great adjustments after the photos are taken that way (with the software that came with your camera). Shooting in RAW is like having the negative of a film image, where shooting in jpg is like taking a print and scanning it into the computer. jpgs almost cannot be improved. RAW is very forgiving, so that you can make all your adjustments and THEN convert to jpg for uploading/printing.

    Anyway, give me a call anytime!

    Mark McG

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