Taking pictures of toddlers is not easy, but I am trying to improve our photography. Before our trip, I was reading a Fundamentals of Photography book by a Nat Geo photographer. In the "Making Great Pictures" section it states: if something is in your frame, it should be there because you want it to be there...
Oops 🙈Can I blame this on the fact that he rarely sits still long enough for a picture? #epicfail#realitiesoffamilytravel#vigeland#visitnorway
You know when travel bloggers post the most perfect looking location, with perfect weather, and the perfectly posed person - and then you are inspired to travel to said location? Lake Lovatnet in Norway was one of those locations for me. But what we so often forget to account for is WEATHER. This photo was snapped at night in a small window of no rainfall, with a lot of editing help. There was no sun that day or the day after, but rather a low cloud that covered the sky. It rained the next day as well and we were not able to drone this unbelievably turquoise water as we had hoped. I was disappointed at first - but then remembered that I came here to experience with my own eyes another little corner of this world -- not simply to get the perfect picture. So if you only allow yourself a short period of time in a given location know ahead of time that you may not get what you expected! 🙃
Back home from an epic road trip through Scandinavia. Had lots of fun with an incredible crew and drove over 10.000km through 4 countries. 🇩🇰🇸🇪🇩🇪🇳🇴
All together with the @mini_deutschland Countryman. 💙
Thanks to the legend @hannesstier for making sure I don't get run over by a truck 🙌🏼📸