Project 52, Week 27 {Personal Photography Project}

This week's theme is "Multiplicity".  As you may know, we have 4 acres and with it comes a variety of wild life.  Last night, while making supper, I noticed this bunny rabbit sitting near the veggie garden.  I was able to snag one still shot of him before he realized I was there and took off toward the swamp.  This is a series of 4 images composited together. 

For those interested in camera settings, I shot this handheld using my Canon 70-200L at 200mm, ISO 320, 1/800 at F2.8.


And here's the cutie before he started to run.

Are you doing your own Project 52 or Project 365/66?  If so, please post a link to your images in the comments below.   🙂

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About Kim Hill

I’m passionate about my work and helping women feel comfortable in front of my lens. I want women to feel confident and sexy regardless of age or size. All women are beautiful and I'm here to help them see the beauty in themselves and the boudoir photographic experience is one step in that direction. I am dedicated to bringing a high-quality experience to the boudoir portrait session. My goal is to offer a fun yet relaxing environment where a woman can let down her guard, allowing that inner sparkle to shine. I’ve been a photographer for more than 25 years now. I started as a young child with my parents' 110 film camera, moved on to study photography in college, interned with a wedding photographer for a couple of years and then struck out on my own. I've been doing general portraits since 1998 and boudoir work since 2009. In addition to boudoir, I also offer high school senior portraits, fashion inspired sessions, and business executive head shots.
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9 Responses to Project 52, Week 27 {Personal Photography Project}

  1. elyse says:

    Kim- I am IN LOVE WITH THE hopping bunnies! WHAT an amazing shot! love button please!

  2. Amanda says:

    That is awesome Kim!

  3. Kelly Q says:

    I love it! That is so fun! He is lucky to by your garden and not mine. My DH would NOT be grabbing a camera. 😉

  4. what a great idea! I love how your did that then posted the bunny by itself. Wonderful!

  5. Melissa says:

    Ha! This cracks me up! Great idea for Multiplicity!!

  6. Melissa VanLeeuwen says:

    Sweet! That is so cool. Love the clarity of the image as well:)

  7. Laura says:

    Love the composite, it’s amazing that you caught him so quick!

  8. beth says:

    Very cool composite! Not so cool that he was by your garden!!

  9. jules says:

    that is seriously so cool! I love how that first one is put together. I’d love to try something like that with a sports shot. great creativity!

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