Window light is by far my favorite kind of light to photograph with. It’s the only kind of light I use when I photograph newborns. It’s just so lovely. When you use it correctly you can make your subject look fabulous! And who doesn’t want to look fabulous? The trick is to put your subject in front of the window about three feet away and at a 45 degree angle. If you want, you can even pop in a reflector to soften up the shadows on the other side. Simple as that! Who knew it could be so easy?
These images are all from students from My Tech High 2013-2014
These students all are doing an amazing job this year. I am so proud of them. They range from 6 years old to 16 years old. I am so proud of the progress that they are making and the beautiful images that the create! They are all fantastic artist!
Abigail Barnes – “I picked this picture because it is fun and cute.”
Camila Zuniga – “My doll that grandpa brought me from Portugal with Super Vivid setting.”
Lily – “I love horses. This one lives by my house. When we go for walks we sometimes stop and feed it grass.”
Emma Hodge – ” I chose the pictures of the trees with the snow on them because I love snow and the trees looked really pretty.”
Katy Hollingsworth – “Because I really like the mountains and I think they look beautiful at dusk.”
McKenna Hollingsworth – “It looks cute. The picture was not blurry and the lighting looked good.”
Madelyn Karst – “I had fun taking pictures of my little sister and she finally smiled.”
Did you get a cool new DSLR for Christmas but your not quite sure how to use it? Are you wondering what all those fancy buttons do? Are you intimidated by the manual? Here is a fun and easy way to learn how to use your new camera!