Hello and welcome, to my first post on my blog. Now a little bit about me, for those that don’t know me personally, I’ve been married for 42 years to a wonderful man, we have two daughters, who have given us three granddaughters, and one step granddaughter. Photography has been a hobby of mine for many years. We would go on vacation for two weeks and it would be nothing for me to have 15 to 20 rolls of 24 and 36 exposure film to develop when we got home. Yes I said film, boy the money it would cost me to get them processed. My moving to digital sure does make things a bit easier and cheaper for me now, but now I take so many pictures on vacation it takes me weeks to get through them and select my favorites. Besides photography, I quilt, golf, snowmobile, love to travel and spend time with my family, not in that particular order. ;-) December of 2010, I left a full time position to pursue my passion for photography and started my business, Bonnie Fiser Photography. I mainly do on location portraits and event photography. Now that’s enough about me for now.
One thing that I have learned in photographing my younger granddaughters, it is easier to photograph children that don’t know me personally. My granddaughters, especially the one year old keeps running to grandma instead of staying put to have her picture taken. The five year old (she’s now six) is wanting to see the picture I just took on the back of my camera and she can’t sit still, you get her positioned the way you want and by the time you get the camera up to your eye, she has moved. The older granddaughters are teens so they are much easier to work with. Here are a few of the out takes to show how they are on the move when I’m trying to get them at their best.
She was suppose to be in the chair.
Bringing grandma a flower.
"You're wanting me to do what?"
"How silly can I be."
"How about upside down, grandma?"
"Is this scaring you, grandma?" (Not sure what creature she was trying to be.)
The one year old didn't want to have anything to do with having her picture taken with her sister.
Sister was even trying to hold her there to have their picture taken together, but the one year old wasn't having anything to do with it.
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