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I promised them we’d go yesterday, and when the parking lot was full, and I was hungry (most b/c I’m a really good planner), we opted for lunch and the promise of a park and ice cream – with a trip to the San Diego Children’s Museum the following day, of course. I may be dumb, but I still have the instinct of self-preservation.
So the next day…….it’s still summer in San Diego, and like I mentioned above, I just may be dumb……..parking lot is full again. Still we persevered, found street parking, and made the walk.
Actually brought my camera with me today, and these are a few of what happened.
Every great adventure began with a burrito.
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Funny thing about these photos, which you would have never guessed (so I’m telling you here and now), is that this day was really windy. I mean really windy. I brought two 15 lbs. sandbags with me so I could get a little workout in carrying them to and fro, and the wind this day actually took one of my stands over with 15 lbs. on the legs. The only bummer was that quite a few shots were lost due to crazy hair being back-lit by the Sun.
These two run a cool company that focuses on creating good eating plans for people. You can find them here, on Facebook, and Twitter. Fun duo, tons of energy, and it’s all positive…..
Because it’s been so hot this week, I figured we could use a little “cooling” off. Some pics of my nephew and a longboard, doing a little surfing just south of Turtles in Cardiff.
Spent a few hours in the afternoon with this little 2 year old wonder. When I go out to photograph people, I bring pretty much the same set-up every time…..just in case. My camera bag carries my camera, 3 speedlights and triggers, back-up batteries and memory cards and cleaning supplies and all kinds of other fun stuff like a cable release, some small light diffusers, grid spots, etc. My light kit bag is big enough for 2, sometimes 3 stands, and then I can cram inside a few light modifiers. Now depending on the shoot, I will decide what modifiers come and which ones stay. For this shoot, I brought a 60″ umbrella and probably my 28″ softbox and maybe something else. And a large reflector. Oh, and 2 sandbags for the stands.
Question is: “She’s 2 Bryan, what were you thinking?” I mean, I have little kids as well. 2 year olds do not stay still. So I dropped my light kit when I arrived, and I think it didn’t move for the next few hours. All of these were shot with either my 50mm or my 24mm, and all light was provided by the Sun. Such freedom to shoot with just the Sun…..