The Way I View Friendship

It’s that time again!

The monthly challenge for April was “friendship” and again, I had no clue what I was going to  do.

I decided to try for some VERY low light and photograph my girls in the fort they built.  It was tricky and the images are grainy, but….I am embracing the grain this month.

Don’t forget!  I’m teaming up with several other CMpros for this challenge.  Make sure you click through the links and leave them some love along the way.

You can see Julian’s lovely images here!

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Jessica - I just adore the perspective you used in these–the are so very sweet! And perfect for “friendship”!

Gigi - I love all your perspectives! Grain, schmain – these are wonderful! I can’t wait for my girls to be big enough for forts together. :)

Brook - Oh I LOVE this! I love all the perspectives too, so cute! I have two little girls, and can’t wait for them to play like this! You did amazing with the lowlight! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!

adele humphries - These are so sweet Melissa!!! Love your dramatic conversions. You rocked that low light!

Krista Campbell - I LOVE these Melissa!

Rebecca - Ah man, making forts was the best! And you did a fabulous job capturing it even in the low light! I may have to try this with my girls this month. :)

Leah Cook - oh the dramatic light + b/w!!! this is how I imagine sisters to be…they will always be together. beautiful, Melissa!

christina - love everything about these Melissa! 2nd one down is my fave –a moment that they will treasure looking back on. <3

julian evans - Nothing compares to the friendship between sisters, I have two :) I love the feel of these images and love how your littlest one is sucking on her fingers. Beautiful work!

Cary - Sweet! Love the flashlight shot :)

Anne - I love everything about that serie, Melissa. <3 LOVE !

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