Monday, December 29

What happened instead of naptime

We had a wonderful Christmas filled with great memories. I'll post more about that once I'm home.

Today, Charlotte refused to take an afternoon nap. What happens to babies that don't nap when they have mommies with new cameras? A photo shoot.


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9 comments:

zane hollingsworth said...

Hi Carrie, I'm Drena's brother. Your pictures are wonderful. I also just purchased a D90 & was wondering what lens you used in your photos today & what you used as a light source? Her eyes look amazing.

NatalieDeltaGam said...

as usual, she looks like a model. seriously.

what a beautiful baby!! (and a talented mom too!) -Natalie

Carrie Davis said...

@Zane, Hi! I have really enjoyed your pics of Oliver.

I used my 50mm 1.8 lens to take these. I think I was around f-stop 3.5, shutter speed around 1/200. The light source was a window to my right, Charlotte's left.

zane hollingsworth said...

Thanks Carrie. Again, beautiful pics and a beautiful little girl!

Mel said...

She looks a lot like Judd in these :-) I can start to see some hair coming in!! Sorry I missed her at your house...so cute!

Drena said...

OMG...she is so gorgeous!

Behki said...

Ok i must admit i dont even know you but i found your site through Drena's (i was really board lol!) But your pictures are awesome! i noted the camera you got and i was wondering if you have to be camera savvy to get pics like you got? you daughter is beautiful though and i enjoyed your site.

Rebecca said...

Wow - I'm impressed that that is what your baby looks like without a nap. Consider yourself lucky! When my kids don't nap, they do not look as sweet & happy as Charlotte. :)

Carrie Davis said...

@Behki - thanks for stopping by. You can by the D90, turn it on Auto and get great pictures. I took a couple of classes at the Showcase School in Atlanta in order to understand my camera and features. Those classes helped me a lot to understand aperature, shutter speed, ISO, etc. Then, I just practice!