Sometimes it’s all about that one perfect shot. I have taken thousands of pictures in the last 6 weeks. I’ve photographed babies, little kids, teenagers, the sky, birds, nature, family, friends, and pretty much everything that suits my fancy. I’ve learned that sometimes it takes 10 or 20 or even 50 not so great shots to get that ONE to die for image. The one that requires almost zero editing and makes the entire session a complete success.
When my nephew played senior for me a while ago, I couldn’t help but also capture some of the beautiful scenery around us. This was the very last shot I captured. Immediately after taking this photo, my battery died (note to self always bring the second battery).
I think it’s pretty much perfect. This is one of the buildings on the grounds at the place we were shooting and was taken at sunset.