This is Homecoming Week at school, a week filled with dress-up days and special activities. I’m tired already, and we still have Class Colors Day, Powderpuff football (girls play, boys cheer), a carnival, Spirit Day, the big Homecoming football game, the announcement of the King and Queen, and probably some more that I’m forgetting right now. Oh, and there’s the door decorating contest–we decorated our door, but so far no one’s come around to judge it, and I’ve got to get someone to at least come in and admire it while the kids are there.
Anyway, when I finally got home tonight (after picking up some carnival supplies on the way) I didn’t get any outdoor photography done. I took an indoor photo of one of my My Twinn boys for today’s post. Corey has the Jessica face mold, one of the less common but not rare faces from the prime Denver years of My Twinn. He has light tan skin, curly brown hair, and brown Denver eyes. I used my 50mm f/1.8 lens for its ability to take indoor photos without flash, and I set a custom white balance before taking pictures. Settings were f/3.2, 1/20, ISO 800.
I actually have three boys with the Jessica face, all totally different. Ryder has fair skin, blond brushed-back hair, and blue eyes. Michael has olive skin, straight black hair in a bowl cut with bangs, and very dark brown eyes. And then there’s curly-haired, tan-skinned Corey. This is one of the things I like so much about My Twinn dolls–even with the same face mold, each doll is an individual.