Non-Dominant Eye Experiments – Part 1

It was recently brought to my attention that we humans have a dominant eye – the eye our visual center defaults to, with the other creating our 3-dimensional sense around the first. This seems like common sense, if you’ve ever laid in bed staring at a pillow up close, closing one eye, and then the other. One eye gives a perspective that seems utterly disorienting from when you had both open – the other is just about what you expected.

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Fall Kids’ Portraits – Part 3

One final set of kids’ fall portraits!

This one was particularly fun because of the angle of the sun during the shoot. Once again, this little one found a twig – it had leaves and an encased nut attached, but it was a twig nonetheless.

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves about how much fun this shoot was!

I am honored to have had the pleasure of serving my clients by photographing their beautiful children this fall – and want to thank them for allowing me to share the results with you. Continue reading “Fall Kids’ Portraits – Part 3”