In my quest to catch more everyday life photos at home, I’ve conditioned my kids to ignore me when I grab the camera at different times of the day. That means for the most part, they ignore me. I’m never taking photos long, usually five minutes or less. It’s just enough time to catch the kids doing their normal thing, which is what lifestyle photography really is.
Does this situation below resonate with anyone else? The dog asks to go out, but if you offer it the chance, it doesn’t want to go. What are they really thinking?
I caught these two on someone else’s mp3.
Big sister found them.
Kids are so flexible. Heidi needed to read to me and I needed to make a fire in the basement. No problem, she’ll make it happen.