ante up, kids!

By: rik

Nov 23 2008

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Category: personal, photography

2 Comments

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:75mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/100 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 40D

Our kids just love Uno. Every once in a while, they’ll get on an Uno streak and beg for it every day. Today I caved decided it would be fun (and would give Mom a break for a while to rest). I won twice and then got a head full of photo ideas. The kids actually played along, but probably because I promised to play another game when we were done. They didn’t want Dad to skunk them out completely.

Hyrum won the last one.

ISO 125, 1/100s, f7.1, 75mm, Vivitar 285 into a silver umbrella, 1/16 power, camera right, with a Promaster 7500 behind and to the left of the model, also 1/16 power.

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2 comments on “ante up, kids!”

  1. Hi! I am so excited to write you back about Elder Hizer! He is my brother in law. I realize there is a time difference and your dinner appointment is for tonight so this info may be too late by the time you read it, sorry.
    He loves greenbeans, especially in greenbean casserole. He likes food with meat, but his least prefered is chicken. He loves homemade macaroni and cheese (the kind you bake). I could email you a recipe if you don’t have one and want to make that.
    I can not even tell you how awesome!!!! it is to talk to you about Nathan. We miss him and it’s great to have one more way of knowing about him. I noticed you do a photo blog, do you think you could take a pic of him and his companion and either email it to me or blog it? Its been a while since we’ve seen a current pic.
    Also on the subject of blowing Elder Hizer’s mind, you could tell him a few things about home. Dad is feeling much better. Kevin’s Police Acadamy graduation is tonight. Barney misses him and spends a lot of time in his room. And Little John has 3 more teeth since he saw him last.
    Thank you so much for caring enough to google him, enjoy your dinner.

  2. This is a really awesome series! Very creative… and great use of your secondary light source.


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