I had a fun photo shoot with my 5 year old brother the other day. He’s very cooperative with my picture taking, even if it’s not showing his face. He chose the outfit himself, too.
I got a couple other pictures of Maggie in the rain, too. So, enjoy!
(Click to see full size. You get more of the effect that way.)
Watching the rain.
SHE’S SO CUTE WHEN SHE RUNS. ❤
Finding puddle rocks.
Again, I had nothing to do with the outfit. This is just his adorable sense of fashion.
This might be my favorite one.
This should be a book cover or something.
And a reward smile shot for when I was done taking my pictures. 🙂
Thanks little bud! ❤
I was thinking of using any of these as picture prompts as well, so feel free to use them that way.
Which shot is your favorite?
15 thoughts on “Little Sibs in the Rain”
Love them all! For some reason I really like the last one . . . maybe because the house in the back looks very story-ish. XD
Thanks! 🙂 That was mom’s favorite because she could see my brother’s face.
I actually had to crop out the trailer to get that effect. XP
I love them! The pictures and your models are adorable!! 😀
Thanks! 😀 I know! *hugs my little models*
I like the one of your front gate (by the way you mastered the perfect contrast for rain photos 🙂 ) there all really good though!
Thank you! 🙂 Yeah, the contrast was fun to mess with.
Tooo….. cute… *passes out from cuteness overload*
Also, I LOVE your little brother’s fashion sense! If we dress up HTTYD, we should have him wear a little helmet. X-D And whatever he wants to wear with it. X-D
He is so adorable! 🙂 and he’s also our little ladies’ man. So it’s even cuter with that in mind. XD
He actually would be Gustav whenever the little guys would play HTTYD. 😉
We have a kid who’s a bit like that at church. He always wears a tie X-D
X-D Very true! X-P
Aww your little bro sounds super cute!
I think we’d get a long well 😛
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I’m curious. Do you edit your photos to get that effect of darkening around the edges of the frame, or is that just because of the lens you use?
(Also, did you edit the ones with the more muted colors? I’m in a visual communications culture class so I’ll be asking a lot of technical questions in future. 🙂 )
Sometimes I edit it that way, but most of the time it’s a setting on my camera. It’s called “creative shot”. I take a picture and it gives me the original and four different filters of it so I can choose.
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