Monday, June 8, 2009

Scribble this challenge #1

This is my entry to Lisa Spangler's challenge, Scribble This. Her challenge is unique in a sense that she teaches you how to use your camera and you use what you learn on your projects. For this challenge, she gave a few pointers on how to use the White Balance feature of your camera.

I used my own illustration (avaiable thru Squigglefly), which was inspired by one of my favorite photos of my hubby and youngest daughter. I added the pig tails on my drawing because my DD saw the original and said, "I look like a boy."

First, it's the Auto white Balance setting:


Indoor Lighting Setting


Sun Setting


With the Flourescent Setting


Taken Outdoors


I have lots more to learn about white balance. Taking pictures with natural light is always my favorite. I hope to play around more with the camera this summer.

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8 comments:

  1. Amazing! and so precious. I need to learn about this. You always amaze me Nina. Your talent goes on, and on, and on!
    Love the pig tails tee hee.

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  2. How cool to use an illustration from your own photo!! I love that!! Great job on the challenge!

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  3. I LOVE this! How cute is that picture?! I love the natural outdoor lighting the best, but all of them look pretty good!

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  4. wow! what a difference in lighting huh? and I just LOVE this image!! your so talented!!

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  5. I'm amazed by your drwawing! So cute. Great photo too.
    What a difference in lighting. The outdoor lighting shows the texture best.

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  6. oh how cute, what a great image

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  7. Very interesting post, I have so much to learn. Thank you for sharing this with us.
    Jose

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  8. Wow, Nina! You are so talented. I love your sketch translation of that photo. Great photo samplings of the different settings too. Where are you in the US right now? Hope you're enjoying your trip!

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Thank you for your kind comments.

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