Homeschooling One Moment in Time Photography

Through the Lens: One Moment in Time (08/01/2018)

Each Tuesday, I am going to post one of Lillie’s photos she has taken for her photography diploma.ย  I’ll not be writing anything, just letting the image speak for itself.ย  I know Lillie would appreciate any feed-back, good or bad, so that she can grow as a photographer.ย  Without further ado, here is her first: Photography

 

18 comments on “Through the Lens: One Moment in Time (08/01/2018)

  1. Toni Cintron

    Thats a beautiful picture. I love the lights.

  2. Phyllis at All Things Beautiful

    Very nice job of showing reflections and various depth of fields. I think that if the bulb had not obscured one of hers eyes, it would have been even better!

    • Lillie says thank you, and she’ll definitely look out for bulbs in front of eyes next time! (I hadn’t even noticed- it is great to have other people’s feedback ๐Ÿ™‚ )

  3. Very pretty. I would like it better if the lights on the left side were not so big and bright, but more like the others. I love the reflection of the small dots of lights in her glasses. I think you did a lovely job of capturing your sister at Christmas. Keep up the good work. I am looking forward to these Tuesday posts.

  4. I love this photo! I have such a hard time with low- light images and this is just fantastic.

  5. Good bokeh and composition, love the reflection of the lights in her glasses. As Phyllis says above, I think it would be even better if one of the lights wasn’t over her face.

    • Lillie says to say thank you very much! It was the bokeh she was trying to master so she was chuffed you picked it out ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Very nice! I love the reflections and bokeh effect at different depths. Good composition too. Thanks for sharing it on the Virtual Fridge!

  7. Feels so warm and cozy!

  8. Lovely capture with so much detail in the lighting! Love the sparkle in the glasses ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I agree with Phyllis, the bigger bulbs obscuring the one eye is visually distracting, other than that you got the depth and captured the moment perfectly. I especially like the effect with all of the smaller bulbs twinkling away so merrily. The blur of more lights in the background makes it look amazing.

  10. It’s been so long since I have visited your blog but have just spent some time catching up. So lovely to see everything you have all been up to and Lillie’s gorgeous photos. I am curious to know who she is doing the diploma through?

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