Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Focus (Jan 10th)

Something else I need to focus on is my son's over flowing toys...lol... this is just a few. This was just a quick shot and a quick edit in CS2.



Camera Model Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Shooting Mode Program AE
Tv( Shutter Speed ) 1/60
Av( Aperture Value ) 5.0
Metering Mode Partial Metering
Exposure Compensation +1 1/3
ISO Speed 100
Lens 18.0 - 50.0 mm
Focal Length 34.0 mm
Flash was ON

16 comments:

Margaret said...

I know what you mean! I have four kids and I am a major pack rat! I need to get some sense of order in my house SOON! Nice colors in your shot!

cari said...

I am right there with you! I just cleaned out my kids closets...yikes!
Cari

Mandy said...

Oh lord...I am so with you on that one. Now that is some inspiration for me!

jglanzer said...

Oh, do I ever hear you on the overflowing toys! We've got way too many, but none that I can bare to part with! *sigh* Maybe we'll downsize when we move. . .

Kristi said...

Oh, girl...I'm with ya!! I keep telling myself that every little truck or train or McDonald's toy is 5 minutes of peace and quiet!! I swear, our house looks like Toys R Us. I freequently tell friends to bring shopping bags when they come over!! Fun shot!

pat said...

Hey, they're picked up and that's a good thing.

Michelle said...

thankfully we are past the toy stage! but we have the electronic stuff now...good luck on the organizing

ktinnc07 said...

I did that right before christmas and now it's of course full again! These look much neater than my guys' though..lol...

Love the colors...

my photography journey said...

I just went through the kids toys the other day and they are STILL over flowing. GAHHH!

Mom2Drew said...

Thanks for listing your settings so completely. I can totally relate to this photo!

Angela2932 said...

I think it's a really good idea to take lots of photos of their toys. Don't you wish you had pictures of the toys you played with as a child? It would bring back such memories and would "fix" a set of photos in time, historically. Besides, think of it this way: their toys are their tools for brain development!

Kristen Kacey said...

I so relate! I like that you took a photo of it, I wouldnt have though :)

Martha said...

hey that would go for the gray challenge! I hear ya on the toys...what is it with toys...they multiply like rabbits!

Becky said...

My son hasn't gotten any neater over the years, but his room has just because he's past the toy stage. Now it's his laundry--I think it reproduces!

Janae and Travis said...

Did those trucks come with that bin? They all match. Nice shot.

Travis

Val said...

Neat shot.