Almost Silent Sunday

Once upon a time, I somewhat regularly posted a Silent Sunday post. They were seldom totally silent, so here’s an Almost Silent Sunday post β€” or a Fairly Quiet Sunday post. You will notice that the black & white experiments continue. It’s just another way to fill the creative need for a pictureless (look back two posts), non-creative person. πŸ™‚

It's Raining

She wanted to go out in the rain.


The Boy in her Raincoat

Therefore, he wanted to go out in the rain. Someday however, pictures such as these, of which we have many, will likely mortify the boy.


Keyed Up

A high-key (meaning overexposed) photo. I used fill in flash and then boosted the exposure even more in Photoshop. BTW, I was once told that "you can almost always use flash fill in outdoor portraits."


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6 Responses to Almost Silent Sunday

  1. OH Ac!!! These are Beautiful! The subject matter makes All the difference…Hahaa…I have Always loved your photos….

  2. Ginger says:

    Marvelous rain gear photos!

  3. Mary G says:

    The eyes in the first photo are amazing. Like your b&w essays. A lot.

  4. Hilary says:

    Wonderful pics. I think I would like to see those first two in full colour though. I suspect there are brilliant hues in that rain gear.

  5. AC, this time around the high-def photo wins out for me. And yes I too have used flash outdoors as fill-in, but not enough as I should have 😦 I’m with Hilary is suspecting that the rain gear pics would be interesting in color because of the rain gear both kids are wearing.

  6. Kila says:

    Aww, the second photo is so adorable, and I love the eye color in the last photo.

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