The Single Frame Project is a project I’ve taken on this year in which I’m trying to take a single photo each day every month of my personal life with my big camera. Just one photo, ideally one frame, a day. To be honest, this month I probably shot about 80% of our days. But one thing I’m noticing is that the images I get each month that I love, I REALLY love them. And bonus- I’m finding that some things I’m learning about composition and lighting in my personal images I’m able to carry over into some of my client sessions and I’m loving those, too.
4.18.17 Coralie and her “cozy blanket”
4.21.17 Three-month-old Eddie
4.10.17 Last day before the end of maternity leave. A little outing to the IMA 100 Acres.
4.20.17 Our house in the spring
4.3.17 Sweet little guy
4.1.17 No need for a visit to the barber for this guy. Weekly head shaves out the back door.
4.17.17 Imaginary play under the table
4.18.17 Matching secondhand tricycles for exploring the neighborhood.
4.29.17 April Portraits. Left to right: Coralie, Eddie, Matilda
4.22.17 Squeezing in a final few minutes of playtime before bed.