And it was very interesting!
To say the least.
So easy to handle… so sweet… so… hmmm… soft…
And… nice to sit on…
Now, ALL OF YOU!!! GET OUT OF IT!!! What the hell are you all thinking???
You perverts! Dammit!
This is NOT THAT kind of blog!
D700, ISO200, 1/250 sec @ f/11, Nikkor 14-24mm, on-camera SB-800 (fill)
Sometimes when you see a nice (other) ass…
You may want to try to hide the tools that are directly affected by it…
D700, ISO200, 1/500 sec @ f/8, Nikkor 14-24mm
We’ll stay with kids for a bit.
A few weeks ago I was asked to shoot some pictures for the first birthday of one of my friends’ kids.
I shot their wedding last year, just after the boy was born and it just keeps on surprising me how much kids change in their first year(s). I see it happen with my godson all the time.
I hadn’t seen this little boy in awhile and it just struck me. He looks wise beyond his years. So much more mature than just one year old.
He was a bit grumpy before dinner, but after dinner he was just the happiest little guy in the world!
D700, ISO200, 1/4000 sec @ f/1.7, Nikkor 50mm
D700, ISO200, 1/2000 sec @ f/2.4, Nikkor 50mm
D700, ISO200, 1/750 sec @ f/3.3, Nikkor 50mm
And my absolute favorite (wouldn’t be surprised if that follows in Miss World‘s footsteps ):
D700, ISO200, 1/1500 sec @ f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm
Something I just now came across is that LinkedIn is displaying some sneaky behavior, too.
They have announced it on the blog, but conveniently “forgot” to inform members individually that they now can use any member’s picture and public information from their profile in commercial advertising on their website. It is a feature which can be switched off, but of course it’s switched ON by default.
If you’re not so keen on seeing your face on LinkedIn’s website in a commercial situation, you can do the following to not allow LinkedIn to use your information:
LinkedIn Account settings
Click the top one from the two in the red circle and you get the following pop-up:
Uncheck the box to disallow LinkedIn from using your information for their advertising
So this box is by default checked. Uncheck it and save to make sure that LinkedIn will not use your picture and information for their advertising.
And while your at it… Also click the second link from the two in the red circle. That’ll give you the pop-up below, in which you can uncheck the box so you won’t get all the commercial shit thrown at you.
Stop LinkedIn from showing you ads alltogether