Thursday, February 26, 2009

Fresh Mouth



This is also known as Sassy Sauce... and it works amazingly well for talking back and for biting and, well, for just about any other "fresh" behavior.

I took the photo outside in natural light without a flash. I used the macro function to focus closely. I might just have to borrow hubby's camera so I can play more with lenses, etc. but I'm a little nervous about that. CC

4 comments:

Alan J said...

I like the idea behing the "fresh" prevention. And once again, i like the composure, you didn't just fill the frame with the full label, but just chose an interesting angle and perspective to share. Way to use the macro setting to isolate the foreground from the background too, and way to use natural light as well! The backgroun may be a little distracting and unrelated to the foreground, but still, that's the purpose of blurring the background anyway. Keep in mind that one way to really blur the background is to use that macro setting (and/or open your aperture all the way) and then zoom your camera in as far as you can. You can still frame your photo like you did, but from fruther away you magnify the effect of bokeh, or blurring the background.

Katy said...

That is such a great idea... Sassy Sauce, I love it! I agree, this picture looks super cool because of the angel of the label and the cropping!

J said...

Great idea...I have little kids, so this very well may become integrated into our pantry of parental helps!

Ashton and Shanda Call Family said...

Funny! Nice composition. I'd like it a little darker in the background so it doesn't get lost with the background