Caleb

A New Stomping Ground

This blog has taken a lot longer to get going then I ever planned, but now I think it is ready.  Its still a little lean on but over the next month or so I hope to change that. So I came to thinking its been not weeks but a month or 2 since I last grabbed my DSLR and even fired the shutter.  Sometimes real life just gets in the way and this has been the case for me and still will be for a little while.  But last Sunday came and after buying my son a pair of bright red wellington boots for winter puddles during the week it was time for him to try them out.  Being West Australia we rarely get winter puddles so a trip to the beach on a cool but bright sunny day was called for.

Gear used: Nikon D300, Nikon 18-200, edited in Aperture & Photoshop CS5

Caleb @ Beach Red Boots

Caleb @ Beach Red Boots

Boys & Puddles

While he may have been sick during the trip to Albany boys will be boys and what 18 month old doesn't enjoy a good dance in a puddle?  Especially if it has your mother panicking during to you already being down with a cold.

Gear used: Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70 F2.8, edited in Aperture

puddles

Introducing a new star...

A new star

The purpose of this blog is really just a place where I can post updates, projects and fun things that do not really relate to the business of Warnock Imagery.  While we take photography many weddings and happy couples what do we do in our off season?  That season is now and hence the birth of this site.  The idea here is to post pictures and updates, successes and failures of things, photography related, I want to try/learn or an just interested in.  And with that in mind I would love to introduce Caleb!  Being 2 photographers first born he will grace this pages as will his younger sister as she be more and more the subject of the lens pointing.

I do truely love this image of our little guy.  We were away for a weekend in Albany West Australia last winter in was cold it was miserable and poor Caleb had such a bad cold, you can see it in his eyes.  But each day as I got to get the camera gear ready I would here " I come too, Dad" and he did. He wouldn't leave our side.

Gear used: Nikon D700, Nikon 24-70 F2.8, edited in Aperture