A Day in the Life – Blog Circle Post

by Becky on May 18, 2012

A couple of months ago I was added to a military spouse photographer networking group on facebook.  Immediately, someone suggested a blog circle, and a few of us thought that was a fantastic idea!  Designed to force photographers to focus on a personal project, a blog circle consists of several photographers.  Each photographer takes a given theme, interprets it through images, and creates a blog post with those images.  The post also includes a link to the next photographer’s blog, so it gives readers an interesting perspective on how different photographers can see topics so differently.  Our first topic is “A Day in the Life” and, because my life is pretty boring, so is my post, but I think it captures an accurate portrayal.  :-)  I am going to try to do my posts with no explanation of the images, because I’m trying to become a better storyteller with photos.  Enjoy!

Sunrise - LRAFBMonring Run - LRAFBLake Path - LRAFBMorning Coffee - LRAFBOur Homeschool MessReliably correct and sophisticated writing!Learning to readOutside TimeBeing a Photographer is the smallest part of my dayStreet SignOf course, these were not all taken on the same day (I’m not that talented)!  I hope you enjoyed the post, and will check out all of the photographers’ images, starting with Serena Nicole!

Technical Note:   For these images I used:  Canon 7D body, Canon 5D Mark II body, Canon 85mm f/1.8 lens, Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens, Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens.  Post processing included levels adjustments for a few (sunrise, path images), black and white gradient, and sharpening for the web.

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Kricia Morris May 18, 2012 at 4:53 pm

I love your coffee series, that’s such a good idea! Fantastic job, I’m so grateful that you’re on this journey with me!

Serena Nicole May 18, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Becky! I LOVE the pictorial post. The details in all of your shots let me spend the day with you, love that!!!

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