So I am currently setting up a private blog with pictures and updates of my kids so that I can stop posting to facebook so much, but long distance family and friends can still be updated. This is including uploading and backdating everything since my first was born. Recently I seem to have lost some photography motivation and I think it's due to feeling like I have plateaued in my learning. However, updating my blog, it's obvious I have come a long way.
The two photos are of the same kid, my eldest Flynn, taken roughly 3.5 years apart. The first is taken on my first "real" camera, a Nikon D60 and I remember putting so much effort into taking it and at the time, saw nothing wrong with it (probably partly due to mummy goggles) and the second was a quick snap with my D7000 on the way home from the grocery shops. No real set-up or anything, just a click as he walked past and no real processing except to switch to BW and sharpen. The difference, I think, is phenomenal.
Just wanted to share my progress
Sprinter shoot practice_50.jpg by JDFSandH, on Flickr
JKW_2148.jpg by JDFSandH, on Flickr