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Welcome to the online living space of Wild My Child, our blog and store. We hope this site inspires you in more ways than one to learn something new and experience adventures where ever you are! We truly believe that when you learn photography, you learn to see and appreciate the world around you in a different way. Details around you become art, and the legacy you record is a treasure! Thanks for joining us. We are so happy you are here!

Wild Child Photography Adventure Class – Lensbaby and Macro addition

Last weekend we had a wonderful kids + camera workshop on a super rainy day! The rain didn't matter much because we were taking pictures at Holton Greenhouse. It was the prefect fix for the rainy day blues and it was so fun teaching and watching kids photograph flowers. We also were excited to be able to borrow a few lenses from our friends at Lensbaby! We LOVE teaching with these lenses. Lensbaby lenses aren't a "beginner lenses" or easy lens to use! In fact they take some serious practice! So why use them with kids? I'll tell ya! They are the perfect teaching tool because kids get to focus manually, and really understand the way a lens works. I've been shooting with these amazing lenses for years, It was the first lens I taught Charlotte to shoot with at age 8 for this very reason. Kim and I had almost all of the kids working with a Lensbaby with the macro converters, photographing flowers and plants, at some point during our greenhouse shoot, and they all were so excited when they...

Crown Him With Many Crowns

Lately I've been using a Hymnal during my devotions... it's funny and super ironic because I completely rejected hymns for so long, especially as a rebellious teen... they were "old and outdated" I'm a modern gal and I rolled my eyes at Hymns, "Like, why do we have to...

Chocolate Frosting and a home day with August.

He didn't have a fever, but for a couple of days August had been especially sensitive. He asked me to check his temp before school Monday and cried because his tummy hurt so I decided to keep him home anyway. It was pretty obvious after we had dropped the older two...

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