So far? I can't decide. Either the first trip I made to the zoo with the camera, coupled by the fact that it was on my honeymoon. Or probably when I got to photograph the very young ducklings at the uni campus. I just loved watching them through the viewfinder. Although I think the memory of the honeymoon is going to stay with me longer though. Between the zoo and the beautiful sunrises over the ocean, it was a lovely week.
PS: I like the thread! I can't wait to read other responses.
Probably the time I was hired to shoot the porno scenes. Yeah, that *totally* happened.
But seriously, I have no idea. Half the time I take pictures just to remember I was there and what I saw, otherwise I'd forget. That's why I have almost no recollection of when we went to Estes Park other then the very few activity that I took pictures during. And that was like 2 years ago. :er:
In the past year, there have (finally!) been quite a few shots that I am fairly proud of--macro shots, artistic shots, and as baturn said, then there's every time I get a decent shot of a "life bird" (that is, a bird I didn't have before). AND every time I get an even BETTER picture of a bird I *did* already have.
But, my most TREASURED photo?? Given life in general right now, it'd have to be this snapshot, taken on my cell phone last December when I took my mom to Nashville for a vacation with just the two of us:
Treasured...would be some pics I took recently of my son and daughter...they were together smiling, just having fun...and I look at these photos and think ...someday they'll be out on their own. My son is in college, living at home and my daughter's got one more year of high school. My son wants to move to Japan after college and my daughter will be off to college soon enough....They are my everything and these photos, just are dear to my heart.
This keeps changing as I continue to grow with my skills. At this moment in time, it is a set of pictures that I took of my Grandmother, who is 84. Her health is fading and I wanted to be able to record this time as memories.
Since I just recently went to digital and mostly dropping bombs for photos, but With some practice and a better zoom lens,I would have to say this is my favorite and most proud of. A Northern Flicker eating a insect off the tree.
these are my favourites from this year so far. I add to this album when I get an image that I feel qualifies. Will probably print them in a photo book at the end of the year. danconanick's Library | Photobucket