Monday, February 21, 2011

Week 7 Shoot to Edit SOOC


Welcome  back everyone!  Thanks again for joining us.  To those of you who are new to our weekly challenge please go here to learn all the details about how this works first.  The next five weeks of themes/prompts are at the bottom of my blog.  Also, everyone please do us a favor and read this post before entering any photo challenge…thanks!

I have shared many videos from this series of tutorials because I truly believe they are the easiest to understand and do.  With warmer temps coming soon, it means we will all be outside shooting again Smile – so take some time now to really understand how to use the sunlight to your advantage.

This week’s prompt/theme is PINK.

Here are my SOOC shots that were taken on Friday when it was WARM outside!  Too bad that didn’t last – but hey spring is only 27 days away!!!!

I had Jordan sit in the shaded area in front of our garage doors where the sun was to my back – thus the beautiful catch lights in her eyes.

Then we moved over to the walk way where you can see snow still on the ground so that she could twirl around in her dress Smile  Don’t all girls want to spin around and make their dress poof out? 

I really love these shots SOOC and did very little again with the edits – just enough to take a good photo and make it wow!

Again, this week our theme or prompt is show us one shot SOOC that is "PINK"You have until Wednesday each week to link your SOOC shot up here. On Thursday we link up with Ashley after we follow her tips on how to edit our shots.  

For those of you like me who like to stay ahead – Week 8 February 28: Self Portraits or Couples. Remember you can see the next five themes/prompts at the bottom of my blog.  Or I would be happy to email you our 2011 calendar of photo prompts/themes in a PDF file.  Email me and I’ll send it to you Smile

Now it's your us your SOOC "PINK" shots!

1 comment:

  1. Great tutorial, Jill! It was too cold to do any outdoor shots still in my part of the world but I will definitely make use of the tips presented in the video. Great shots of your daughter twirling. Maybe you can provide a tutorial on capturing movement in the future.


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