Rub a Dub Dub

I love pictures of kids in the Bath. I drool over those huge bathrooms with window light and wish that I had one. I  have even considered going to my in-laws to make a photo shoot in their cool large  bathroom. But for today I opted for the easy way, in my very own very small bathroom with no windows at all and the tile in the background is like 30 years old.

It just didn’t matter today because for 1 Isaac was willing to get his photo taken and 2 I have a flash. I used my 85 mm lens in all of these shots…mostly cuz thats the lens that stays on my camera because its the best. I had the flash aimed at the ceiling for bounce and everything was done manually with my flash and the camera and I am so happy at how they turned out.

My settings were this:

My flash was at 1/8 and the zoom was +0.7 My camera was at iso 100 1/200 sec at f/3.2 and very little editing they are almost SOOC -keyword almost.

  • Love these shots ’cause they are incredibly sweet.ReplyCancel

  • Oh.Ma.Gosh. Swoon– those pictures are so gorgeous. I never would have guessed like ever that you used a flash for them- you are the master of the flash, girl. If you ever teach a class on that please tell me first :).ReplyCancel

  • he is such a character! I wish I had the 85mm, it’s on the wish list, I’m waiting for my money tree to grow!ReplyCancel

  • His sweet little face just makes my day!!! These are priceless!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my gosh. He is the stinking cutest thing ever. These photos are full of personality. I feel like I am watching a movie. Great job with your flash. It makes me want to learn more about using a flash.ReplyCancel

  • Jess,
    they are beautiful, you captured all sides of his personality. blow these up they would be so fun to every day. love your work. ps hang onto that memory card for me !ReplyCancel

  • you haven’t posted any yet?ReplyCancel

  • I love them they are so dange cute! I also have a bathtub obsession.ReplyCancel


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