Monday, February 22, 2010

Remember these little cuties?

Several posts back I posted some photos I took of a friend's twins. They are so adorable! I was lucky enough to get to shoot them again this weekend. It was a short session but we got some great shots! It's hard to believe how quickly they've grown...







Now, for all you camera gurus out there I have a question: I recently purchased the D90 and have been using it with my Sigma 50mm 1/1.4 lens. I have LOVED this lens in the past but I'm not having as much luck with the D90. I feel like my photos should be more crisp, more clear, and require less editing. Of course, this from the girl who bought a book explaining the camera and hasn't read it. Any thoughts?

11 comments:

Blair @ Reasonably Swanky said...

They are beautiful!

Expat Girl said...

Omg I can't believe how much they have grown since we saw them! You are officially my baby photographer by the way ok?! ok!

Love Being a Nonny said...

Can't help you with the camera but these babies are oh, so adorable!! I think the pictures are GREAT!

Preppy 101 said...

My niece does fabulous online photography workshops. Check out her website. You might be interested. She's worth it. xoxo

http://www.503photography.com/#/workshop/

http://www.503photography.com/#/mentoring/

Bridget said...

Too cute! You did a fantastic job!

Sweet Simplicity said...

These pictures look fantastic! You have a great eye.

Katherine Klegin said...

i had the same problem going from my canon xti to a canon 50d. I just felt like my photos were dull and not as crisp. I think there is just a learning curve for each camera. I've had to make some changes with regards to which settings I use, and my photos seem to be back to normal.

Hokie Girl said...

Well, I'm not an expert on cameras, but those babies are cuties! I love that their hair is different colors!! Oh, so adorable! And I think the pictures are fabulous!

MatersandMelons said...

Beautiful pictures of beautiful babies!

3 Peanuts said...

I find that if I am too close with the 50mm it is not as crisp and clear. Make sure you are not too close to the subject or it cannot focus correctly. I have a D-80 and a D-700 and it definitely works better on my d-700.

The Preppy Wedding said...

Will you please make a visit to Richmond to do some kid sessions? You're doing a fantastic job!