Saturday, June 21, 2008

A Different Perspective

Oh Mommy of Classy Chaos is one again proving her classiness by sharing her photography tips with the internet. Thursday's post showed how taking pictures from an overhead perspective captures our endearing children in an unique way.

Today I took some classy pictures while my children were enjoying homemade popsicles in front of our house. I enjoyed this challenge because it allowed me to sneak up on my kids and capture the moment without them realizing it.

Girl TimeWashing away the stickiness

She caught me

Thank you Oh Mommy for your photography perspective. I am very happy with the results and will be looking through my lens from this vantage point more often.

12 comments:

louann said...

homemade popsicle! I'm sure they enjoyed it!

morninglight mama said...

You are very brave with the combination of homemade popsicles and beautiful little dresses! :) The photos are precious.

Rachel said...

Those are absolutely darling pictures!! I love the dresses and that expression on her face in that last pic is darling.
I love seeing everyone's head shots.

Melinda Zook said...

Definitely a good tip! Great pics.
BTW, tagging you with a little meme if you are interested over here...

http://www.zooklight.com/2008/06/pr-tag.html

ConverseMomma said...

You are really talented, lady.

The Sports Mama said...

Love these!!

Keep getting shots from above while you can. Unfortunately, with the height in my house now, sneaking up and taking pictures of my teenager generally means I'm looking up his nose rather than down on his cute little head!

OHmommy said...

Awwww.... the shared a moment. It is darling and you were able to catch it.

I also love the CAUGHT picture. What a sweet and sly smile. So adorable!

themommykelly said...

Amy, those are so beautiful! Thank you for passing on the tip. I am going to give it a try next time I'm behind the camera.

LaskiGal said...

LOVELY photos. Seriously!

I know I've visited before . . .but just read your comment over at Ordinary Art and was steaming for you . . . I just wrote a comment about community and neighbors/ neighborhoods. This just irritates me. BUT, so glad they had such a wonderful momma and of course, each other . . .

kirsty815 said...

I love the first picture! Definitely going to try your photo tip. Beautiful!

Lisa said...

Sweet pictures! I love the one of them washing their hands in the fountain....and those adorable, white dresses...girl, you're brave with popcicles!!!

Jenelle said...

Great pictures! What adorable girls! I don't have many pictures of my son from this perspective. Thanks for the reminder to take some!