Day 14: heart – This was obviously going to be an easy prompt with it being Valentine’s Day and all, but as soon as I picked up my favorite lil up at school and saw her hair, I was like donzo! How cute and inventive is that! I had her stand near a blank wall so I could focus just on the braid. I love using After Light for all my editing. I just brightened it up a bit and all done!
Day 15: my drink of choice – I thought this was going to be an easy one, but I almost forgot about the prompt till the end of the day. I do not like taking many pictures at night, since the light isn’t as good, but After Light helps with that a bit. I had wanted some tea, grabbed this mug and then the detail on it hit me so I tried to focus on that. I really love this shot and mug!
Day 16: create – I was stressing about this prompt all day. How do you capture create! But once I was in the cinema waiting to watch Coriolanus and had the poster on my lap, I was I could “create” something with this shot. It was pitch black inside the theater, so I had The Hunny turn on his phone flashlight and point it at my poster. I held my camera up as high as I could and then cropped it later. I only brighten it a bit and added contrast to darken the edges.
Day 17: vegetable – This HUGE pile of brussel sprouts at Sprouts Market was a must for my prompt today. They are my favorite veggie and their color was perfect.
Day 18: magic – Magic hour in San Diego is usually pretty awesome, but this day in particular looked like a big paint stroke in the sky. I added a tad bit of vibrancy and I have really loved using the fad on pictures. Palm trees in a San Diego sunset shot are always awesome!
Day 19: feet – A couple weekends ago I was asked to help watch over the flower girl at a friends wedding. Once I saw her lovely dress I knew I had to do this shot. I walked us around until I found a pretty “background” and had to take a few shots since she was a lil antsy, but I am super happy with how this shot came out.
Day 20: peace – I had two shots for this prompt, I had a hard time choosing. The first was with my favorite color crayons in the form of a peace sign. But while picking up some kiddos at school, I looked down and saw this on our walk home! It was so meant to be I just had to use this one! I love how these prompts open up my eyes to the little things!