The truth is, on some level, I search for happiness and joy with every picture I take. I'm either searching for joy written on the subject's face (or elsewhere within the photo), or hoping that the beauty of a photo will bring the viewer joy. I suppose it's fine when I'm doing it for myself, but to have it assigned to me? Suddenly it took on a whole new weight. Daunting, to say the least.
For the first time in this series, I failed to get even a passably good shot this week. Since I wasn't able to get the shot I wanted, I went back and looked through my recent photos and I found these two. Both are unedited except for a slight color correction in the top one.
|F/2.5, 1/160, ISO 800|
|F/1..8, 1/250, ISO 800|
This is my lovely sister in law Vanessa (Gemma's mama) and her other daughter, Siena Jade. The joy of being a mother.
As you can see, I also added a watermark of sorts (using iPiccy) to my photos. I have been wanting to for some time now. I'm not entirely content with the results, so expect some changes next week.
Tell me: Do you watermark your photos? Why or why not? If so, how do you do it?
Head on over to Clan Donaldson for more Theme Thursday happiness and joy.