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doll a day 16 searching

  • Posted on July 25, 2013 at 11:32 am

the girls played hide and seek in the flower garden. i’ll leave it to you to decide who was the most successful…
hide and seek

dolly a day july 7 bored

  • Posted on July 8, 2013 at 11:00 pm

stuck inside on a rainy day the girls took turns staring out the window
bored doll a day july 7

doll-a-day 8- sleepy

  • Posted on May 8, 2013 at 7:37 pm

lucy and emmie checking out the big bed when it wasn’t in use. they look a little lost in it i think, but they said it was very comfy

doll-a-day 8 sleepy

doll-a-day 7- snack

  • Posted on May 7, 2013 at 2:06 pm

the doctors and nurses at the hospital have been absolutely super! i only wish we could say the same for the food….

doll-a-day 6 – identity

  • Posted on May 6, 2013 at 10:09 am

knowing who you are is important….
doll-a-day 6 - identity

doll-a-day 5 – ears

  • Posted on May 5, 2013 at 11:14 am

doll-a-day 5 - ears

since it’s sunday i’ll let this picture speak for itself

doll-a-day 4 – worry

  • Posted on May 4, 2013 at 10:52 am

emmie is my empathetic one and has a soft spot a mile wide. when she spotted these big “needles” she got really worried!
doll a day 4-worry
dont worry little one, those aren’t needles. he gets to drink them 🙂

doll a day 3 – wish

  • Posted on May 3, 2013 at 3:32 pm

double wish on this one. i really wish i had a good camera with me to get better lighting! but i had to make do with a cell phone camera still, which adds interesting constraints in and of itself.

anyway. just around the curve of the hospital you can see the outdoor playground. but we are in isolation so we can only…wish
doll a day- wish

doll-a-day 2 – hospital

  • Posted on May 3, 2013 at 9:13 am

since school is out of the picture for possibly a very long time we substituted hospital and added the word intrigued for today
doll a day-2, hospital, intrigued

lucy and emmie were intrigued by the iv pump

quick and easy photo lights/light box

  • Posted on February 22, 2013 at 4:12 pm

i got some new “photo” lights for christmas, and tried them out for the first time today. i’m really pleased with how much they improved the picture quality. this is basically untouched (i changed the color slightly- the daylight bulbs weren’t quite right but that was it, normally i do a lot more editing than that) i’m impressed since i picked something really tough to try-really high contrast both in terms of dark/light clothes and the vividness of lucy’s coloring vs the emmie’s delicate tones
lucy and emmie
(lucy is introducing emmie, who is too shy to meet everyone on her own)

here is my set up. it was pretty simple. a couple of clips from the dollar store hold up the foamcore board backdrop. (an idea i got off an internet tutorial, sorry i can’t remember where) this works so much better than propping it up against a box on the table! it was always sliding or falling over when i did that. the lights are $20 clip on tasks lights from homedepot with daylight twister flourescent bulbs that you can get anywhere!

light set up side

light set up front

the third light source is my window, afternoon sun, midwinter, with the sun above the house – so not super bright, but if i was taking pictures in the evening i would need another couple lights to replace it i think.

i had planned to go the whole light box box route and build movable sides and covers for the lights to get them more diffuse, but it really wasn’t necessary. there are no harsh shadows the way it is, and the covers/lightbox cut down on the light so i would just have to add more. maybe if i got higher wattage lights i would need covers but these ones don’t need it (they are 100w equivalents 21 watts actual i believe)