Still only working with the iPhone 6s Plus but tonight I decided to try out the fish eye lens. It isn't my favorite lens but it does add a completely different perspective on everything. Of course having Mac on the end of a leash pulling adds to the difficulty. (Maybe I should get extra photographer points for that, LOL)
Brian and I went out to the wooded path at the Goodrich Middle School. It wasn't cleared so Mac and I headed to the woods and Brian and Mya walked around the middle school and stayed out of the deep stuff. Mya hates getting snowballs in her feet. One thing I noticed now that I am constantly considering a potential photograph, I am more aware of my surroundings. The little things are starting to pop out to me. My head is being flooded with ideas. I am most definitely looking forward to some long walks where my main purpose is simply to take pictures. I of course may have to leave Mac behind or bring a longer lead and tie him off periodically.
I feel a true desire and passion for this building within. I can't wait to combine some of this with some of the words that God puts into my heart. I want to share with my family and friends so that you can all join us in our journey. We want you all to have a better understanding of our love for missions and particularly Guatemala. We can't wait to share the children of Canica with you on a more personal basis.
I'll post more about our personal journey and mission in the months to come. Right now, let's keep this simple and Brian and me as budding photographers.
These photos below are unedited photos taken with the fisheye lens that screws over the lens of my iPhone 6s Plus. This is today's walk in the woods and around the Goodrich Middle School. - Click on the photos and go through them one at a time to get the real effect of the fisheye lens.
The two images below are a couple of fisheye photos that I played with using the free Fotor Photo Editor on my MacBook Air.
I am embarking on a new hobby with my husband. An interest I had as a child has recently been reignited. This blog is an outline of my journey as I learn the skill of photography and maintaining a journal through photo and video medium.