Monday, October 22, 2012

Aperture {1}

In our homeschool co-op, we have a photography class. A couple weeks ago, we learned about aperture (how much light the camera lets in) and how to change it, etc. Here are a few pics I snapped with the lowest aperture setting.

I loved the look manually-adjusted aperture gave my photos. It gave them really good lighting and clarity while blurring the background. I love how Fasika is clear, and the leaves and grass in the background are blurred out. This makes you focus on Fasika when you see the picture (at least, it makes ME focus on Fasika when I see the picture). As I mentioned, I love the clarity you get when using low aperture.

And, as usual, these photos were edited with PicMonkey (dot com).

Have a wonderful week, girlz =D! God makes beautiful things out of us <3 =D!

"All this pain // I wonder if I'll ever find my way // I wonder if my life could really change at all // You make beautiful things // You make beautiful things out of the dust // You make beautiful things // You make beautiful things out of us." - Beautiful Things, Gungor

My flesh and my heart may fail,
but God is the strength of my heart
and my portion forever. {Psalm 73:26}


  1. how did you make your header? it is quite awesome.

  2. Love the pictures, Talia! Also, your header is amazing, how did you get the picture to be in the letters? xo

  3. Love it!
    Oh, your header is just gorgeous!!!

  4. Oh my word! I love the new header! It so awesome. And these pictures... they were just so precious <3


  5. ohmygoodness! Fasika isSOOOOO ADORABLE!!!

  6. Love them! So glad you are enjoying the class :)

  7. Omg i love them and i have a homeschool co-op to GO WB!!!!!!

  8. Aww, I love this post! Your pics are gorgeous! Fasika is adorable. :D


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