Sunday, May 31, 2009

Pucker Portrait

I subjected my children to a sunday walk and snap shot. They are good sports for enduring patiently I might add. Its hard to narrow down but here is my choice. You can view the rest HERE. Taken in full sun 1/500, f3.5, ISO 80 at 10mm. CC is welcome.

10 comments:

Mindy said...

Blake, I KNEW you could do this challenge! I looked at all of your pictures, and they're GREAT! I love this one... the expression is priceless. My other favorite is the 3rd one of your little girl. LOVE them all! :)

Blake said...

Well im still disappointed but it was better than I thought. Too much light still cus it was taken in full sun. It was cloudy this morning but the sun ruined my photo day! lol.

oh mister sun sun mr golden sun wont you please shine down on....someone else!

Rachel H. said...

PUCKER! Too cute! It actually reminds me of the swine flu picture of the kid kissing the pig. :) TOO funny!

Candace said...

OMGosh.. he is so freakin CUTE!!!! I just wanna kiss him looking at this! I love how the sun is lighting up his white blonde hair and you can tell it's warm out from the rosiness of his cheeks! :) Good job, I"m gonna check out your other pics...

Melanie said...

he is such a cutie! I just want to pull him through my computer and squeeze him! HIs lips are so sweet! Great job!!

Katy said...

TOOOOOO CUTE!!!!! oh man, I loved all of them, you've got the sweetest little kids! I love his face here.. it's priceless!!!! And it's a much happier version of his "no cheese" picture, haha! cute cute!

Brittney said...

Oh. My. Gosh. That pucker is adorable!

Shelby said...

LOL very cute, I think everyone is in love! I like the way the sun highlights his blond hair.
Hes a snappy dresser too.

AprilF said...

What a cute little kisser! It's tough when the sun just works against you! I think if you'd have used some fill flash it would have brightened up his face just right!

Janelle said...

What a sweet little boy! I love the pose. Did he just do that on his own and you had amazing timing, or did you coach him? Either way I love it! I like the off-center setup and the lines in the background...bridges are a great setting for photos, in my opinion.