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30 Day Photography Challenge: Days 1 - 5

I love taking picutres and the 30 Day Photography Challenge is great for me because it makes me actually get out there & take them!  

Here are days 1 - 5:

Day 5: From a high angle

One of my clients lives on the 45th floor of a highrise downtown.  We started demolition on the day that happened to be a high-angle shot!  Perfect.

For the first few days of the challenge, I was home in Ohio. 

Day 4: Something green

Something green was an easy one at my mom's house.  Her gardens are incredible!  However, I opted to relate the picture to interior design.  We are picking out a new shade of green for the living room (to go with that gorgeous new piece of art). 

Day 3: Clouds

I had my camera with me all day & unfortunately, the sky was a solid cloud ALL DAY LONG.  Miserable!  I took this at my sister's new house.

Day 2: What I Wore

I opted for another self portrait (awkward pose, I know).  However, you get a glimpse at the recently completed bathroom renovation!  Variations of this outift (long sleeve, stretchy tee & jeans) are my uniform for fall.   Here I am wearing a new shirt from Old Navy ($10) and jeans from Forever21 ($13).

Day 1: Self Portrait

I was at the Ohio State game on Saturday.  My camera tells me that I was slightly obsessed with self portaits on this day...oops.  Of all of them, I decided to choose a funny one :) 

More to come on Monday!  Have a great weekend :)

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Reader Comments (3)

Your client has an amazing view! I'm so glad you're participating in this challenge, I love your pics :)

October 7, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAli @ His Birdie's Nest

Wow, your pictures are so good! Being from the suburbs, I love all things Chicago- so I especially love that shot you took downtown. Can't wait to see more!

October 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJennifer

Love the self portrait! As a witness to the photo shoot...I think you choose the best option.

October 26, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBethany

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