In my Project Life post earlier this week, I talked about trying to focus on capturing moments rather than subject matter. A number of you responded specifically to this, so I thought it might be worthwhile to do a mini series to help illustrate what I mean. These are moments that I’ve captured in the past, and whenever I look at each of these shots, I can perfectly recollect the emotions and circumstances encapsulating that moment. Like I always say, the power of our images should never be under-estimated – even when they’re simply snapshots caught on our camera phones (like these ones).
Moments in blue, clockwise from the top: The day I found out a family friend had suddenly, unexpectedly, become critically ill // the two older boys intrigued by their shadows as they wait impatiently for daddy to return from an overnight conference // my biggest and my littlest, on the day of my thirty-first birthday // the view as I left the hospital, my heart heavy with sadness as I’d just watched my family friend die…
You can read all the posts from this mini series here.
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