It was the first rainy day in a very long time. So I decided to grab a cup of coffee and sit in the front of my studio and watch it rain!
Catching raindrops fall is really fun! It typically takes a very high shutter speed to do this. So that means you’re going to have to compensate with either your ISO or your aperture. Luckily I have a really wonderful lens that always helps me out! The dots all over the front of this image or actually raindrops either coming down, or splashing back up.
I watch this little guy crawl across the floor for quite a while. I really wanted him to sit up and put his antennae in the air, but he never did! Guess I’m not going to be a professional snail photographer!!
The very coolest thing in the whole world is when your children show interest in your job. Andrew has been showing interest in photography lately. He wanted to learn how to paint with the light! So he did some research on YouTube and found a laser in our house. We went into the studio, turned all the lights off and created this cool image with just a laser and a long exposure on the camera. He’s going to take what he learned and apply it to the photography that he loves, car photography. I can’t wait to see what he creates!