I took some pics of my granddaughter, click the pics before she grows up.
The blue balloon.
7/19/2021 08:39:31 pm
ah. The beautiful child again....still a little fey, but that will go away too soon....Too bad the boy child runs away. Still, you've caught a few good ones.
7/19/2021 10:31:39 pm
Thank you Judith. I do enjoy taking pictures of the grandkids, but quite often I have to do something that will occupy their time and their attention so my grandson won't be thinking about me taking pictures.... I think we need a visit to the park.
7/20/2021 01:12:21 pm
Lol - Your play x play commentary on your attempts to photograph the grands adds a fun component to kid photography many of us can identify with. Predicated on my experience,you grandson has hit the age where he is likely done with posed portraits an such - The granddaughter will get there a little later. Hopefully your salesmanship & love can alter the inevitable?
7/20/2021 01:55:36 pm
Yeah my grandson has been getting more and more camera shy the older he gets. Hopefully I can get them both to a Park pretty soon and between the playground, and his interaction with the other kids, maybe I can get a snapshot or two. Meanwhile there's probably going to be a lot of pictures of my granddaughter.
7/20/2021 02:51:09 pm
Your grandkids are so beautiful whenever and however you take their pictures. I was reading a blog one time when someone asked the blogger how she gets such good action shots of her kids. She said she focuses on a spot, like the end of a diving board, then waits for the kids to enter the picture. That idea amazed me! I wish I'd known that when our daughter was young.
7/20/2021 04:31:50 pm
Thank you Linda that's very kind. Some of the new cameras have solved that focusing problem. The Canon R5 which is a mirror-less camera that I'm using now will hold the focus on anything that I previously focused on.
7/21/2021 09:09:01 pm
Wow. I didn't know cameras could do that. Wow again.
7/21/2021 10:41:08 pm
The technology to have the camera lock focus on someone's eye, or an animals eye, has been around for a while, but has been relatively unreliable and lose focus if somebody moved too much. But now it's so reliable the focus will stay locked on to an eye no matter how much somebody runs and jumps around. It's revolutionizing sports and wildlife photography.
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