These past few weekends I wanted to put in some practice time with my camera and I had some great opportunities to photographic my daughter. We started out two weekends ago at the Ulsan Rose Festival. It wasn’t as good as I had hoped. Many of the roses were beginning to wilt (probably because I waited till the last weekend) and the crowds made it truly difficult to get a clean shot. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to work the roses into any of the shots but I was able to find some benches a little out of the way with some wild flowers growing nearby. Using a long lens I was able to crop out most of the crowds and get a nice clean background.
Not wanting to stop there I took my daughter out the following weekend for a walk around the neighborhood.
Then finally at the end of the day I was able to use the setting sun shinning through my balcony window. At this point I tried to work in the reflection from my coffee table, just add a little more interest to the photo.