Portrait Project

52/52
52/52

eloise: The last portrait of the year. I found it much harder this year to capture your beautiful face. You have grown from an infant to a baby to a toddler to a little girl, running around, chatting, yelling, singing, jumping, joyful, angry, sad, curious, loving and wild. It was harder to carry my camera around and it was harder to interrupt our play for a snapshot. Pictures this year turned out ever so slightly blurry. I even forgot until the last moment for several weeks to capture a portrait. You are just always moving now and we’re always busy. I’m hoping next year to capture your portraits a little better, but we shall see how the year turns out…

(You are ending your year in Boston with your Nana and Papa. We fly back to California on New Years’ Eve, ringing in the New Year with Gramma and Grandpa- from East coast to West we ring in the New Year!).  

-joining Jodi for one last time this year for the 52 Project! Hoping many more of you will join us next year!!

If you want to see all of this year’s portraits, click HERE!

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8 thoughts on “Portrait Project

  1. Summer, every single photo you shoot has something special in it. I have not noticed any blurry ones but perhaps that’s because I don’t see as clearly as I once did. Each and every portrait or other special Ellie pics are as good as the last one, so do not apologize to anyone, and just keep on clicking.

  2. Black and White photos have this ‘can’t think of the word’ quality about them. I love their contrast and subtlety. I like the beautiful pause and upward gaze that you captured. They truly grow so quickly, and my, so much movement along the way! Thanks for sharing … hopefully see more of your project 52 pictures next year. Happy New Year

  3. Black and White photos have this ‘can’t think of the word’ quality about them. I love their contrast and subtlety. I like the beautiful pause and upward gaze that you captured. They truly grow so quickly, and my, so much movement along the way! Thanks for sharing … hopefully see more of your project 52 pictures next year. Happy New Year

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