Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Photographing My Kids

Rays of Cute - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 100, f16, 1/160, 40mm.
After several "serious" posts on the Roesch Photography Blog, I thought I'd lighten things up by posting some recent photographs of my kids. These were all captured in or near my home. I didn't include photographs of my son playing with a football because they were published in a different post.

I used a Nikon D3300 DSLR. This camera does a great job in a whole bunch of different situations. I post-processed these using Alien Skin Exposure 6.
A Josh Pose - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 1100, f6.3, 1/125, 55mm.
Joyful - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 3200, f4.8, 1/100, 120mm.
Lego Thoughts - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 100, f10, 1/250, 40mm.
Camera In The Eye - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 2200, f8, 1/125, 40mm.
Stare - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 2800, f4.2, 1/125, 66mm.
Ready To Travel - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 2200, f2.8, 1/125, 40mm.
You can see moire pattern distortion on the girl's shirt. This is the first image that I've noticed this using the D3300. Interestingly, the larger you view the image, the less noticeable it is.
Sibling Hug - Stallion Springs, California
ISO 100, f10, 1/250, 40mm.

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