Photography: tell a story

I didn’t get to go to photography class this week, because I was babysitting cute cute munchkins, but I got the notes from the class today & was excited to see that the theme/homework was about telling a story with your pictures. I read through the notes& the homework excited to see this weeks challenge and low and behold think I might have already completed the assignment without knowing it. I love to tell a story with the pictures – and yesterday I had a great model šŸ™‚ Sam & I were blowing bubbles outside & I took the opportunity to practice my skills! I spent some time last night editing in Photoshop, trying out new skills there thanks for fun tutorials by Pioneer Woman & iheartfaces, and I think this could be my homework. We are supposed to put together a string of 4-5 photos that tell a story.
Tell me what you think!
Right order? He is just too precious for words.
Since I was playing around with my actions – they do all look different. Maybe if I were to turn this in, I would do more of the same actions so they looked more similar? thoughts?
setting the scene
getting into the bubbles
trying to figure it out
I wish I had one of the actual bubbles….maybe I”ll dress him in the same outfit & take him outside today to do just that šŸ™‚ We shall see….
I am going to look through all my pics & see if there is something I can add.
Stay tuned! I am also going to attempt to download a “storyboard” from coffeeshop, which might make my story look even better – but tell me your input!

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  1. First of all, your angles are amazing. I love the finish on the third one. Since bubble blowing is such a classic past time, I think that “antique”-like coloring fits really well.
    I LOVE the order and I don’t even think you need a bubble — he is so darling!
    I am not sure the first one fits as well except to introduce sweet baby, but I enjoy the composition so much that I don’t think you should change it!

    Great job, Wynne! I love reading your posts. Hope you and stephen are stayin sane this week! xoxo

  2. Wynne that is precious!! I think you officially need kids asap so you can take more cute pictures šŸ˜‰

  3. Laura says:

    These are so sweet!

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