Thanks! Every once in a while I can visualize something abstract like that, but most of the time I'm very literal/concrete in my shots.Yes indeed! I hinge on your next tribute.
Yeah, I saw it and found it quite unusual, so decided to give a try at capturing a shot.It's an intriguing shot. I've never seen anything like that.
Thanks. It is a cool ball. Soft, but with nubs all over, I guess so he can grab it easier.Theo captured in shadows but not trapped by them..... That round ball thingy with things sticking out with which he's playing is intriguing looking, too....could be a subject all by itself!
Thanks! He brings a lot of joy to us, getting to see him at least once a week. I’m humbled to just be about to share a bit of that joy in photos.I was going to say "Not Fair!" having Theo around so often as a subject, but your photos of him always put a smile on my face!
Yes, but try taking a photo of a constantly moving two year old, with a 200mm manual focus and aperture lens. You’ll quickly reconsider the “advantage”.Photographers who have kids or pets around as either permanent residents of the household or frequent visitors have an advantage over those of us who don't have such subjects readily available! LOL!
I remember when my legs used to do that easily too.
Thanks. Yes, it does, if he stays at the same distance long enough for me to hone in on the focus, and he doesn't get too close, when I end up backing up to keep him in frame. It's a challenge.Another great portrait. Some folks don't like dappled lighting but this works with the treatment and the subject. I bet the 200 gives you some opportunity to capture him without posing.