A 365 Day Project

Posts tagged “portrait

Day 364/365: Stubborn Bugger

It has only taken me 364 days to get my husband’s portrait for my blog. He is one of the most stubborn buggers around when he wants to be!

Stubborn Bugger: Nikon D7000; f4.8; 1/800; ISO 100


Day 362/365: Monkey Boy

This is my little boy doing what he loves the most – climbing! Good times 🙂

Monkey Boy: Nikon D7000; f5.6; 1/40; ISO 1600

Day 349/365: My Crocodile Hunter

The boys both had a great day at Jett’s birthday party on the weekend. I caught Ethan giving this cheeky look to Grandma, I’m pretty sure she was telling him to keep his hands close while Mr Crunch, the grumpy baby crocodile, was out of his box. I can only imagine what was going through that crazy 6 year old mind of his at that moment!

My Crocodile Hunter: Nikon D7000; f5.6; 1/250; ISO 100

Day 330/365: Puddle Reflection

The rain has finally stopped and our backyard is waterlogged! Ethan was in amongst the puddles & mud this afternoon, I love shooting reflections!

Puddle Reflection: Nikon D7000; f3.5; 1/200; ISO 100

Day 323/365: Musician in the Making

Finally, I have captured Ethy playing his guitar which I have been wanting to shoot for ages. Although the guitar is coloured an awesome blue, the photo really suits monochrome. I will post some detail images of the guitar tomorrow and show off its colour. My little musician in the making…

Musician in the Making: Nikon D7000; f8; 1/60; ISO 1250

Day 320/365: Who’s There?

Eyes can be so expressive sometimes! Ethan was actually mucking around trying to pose for me when he started being silly with his eyes. I love this shot of him looking cheeky & a littler spooked out at the same time!

Who's There? Nikon D7000; f5.6; 1/60; ISO 100; flash fired

Day 317/365: Puppy Dog Eyes

Who could say no to this little miss?!

Puppy Dog Eyes: Nikon D7000; f4.8; 1/200; ISO 400

Day 297/365: Juno

I needed to shoot when I got home from work today, so what better subject than our new girl, Juno. I admit I had help with this shot – John had to keep her sitting while I ran off a bunch of frames! She is such a happy, excitable little girl and after only 3 nights with us she is just one of our family already. This image has turned out as a perfect pet portrait!

Juno: Nikon D7000; f4.8; 1/60; ISO 400; Flash fired

Day 276/365: Patience

This is a portrait of my girlfriend’s oldest daughter, Taylor. She was also patiently waiting for a bite on her line as the storm rolled in.


Patience: Nikon D7000; f5; 1/200; ISO 100

Day 275/365: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

All the kids waited very patiently for the Dads to take them fishing yesterday. They all had a ball, until the storm rolled in. We all ran for shelter when it hit!! This is a portrait of my girlfriend’s daughter, Maddie.


Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Nikon D7000; f3.8; 1/320; ISO 100