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Selebrity Sunday

Yes, readers, the time has come: the last post in the week of words series. Today I was inspired by the beautiful weather outside to share some beautiful photos of selebrities. Just for good measure, I wanted to finish off … Continue reading

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Saturation Saturday

Today I wanted to extend to you an invitation to share a little information about saturation. Apparently I’m not just a photographer, I’m a rhyme master too. So I’ll quit this bit and get right to it! Well, they can’t … Continue reading

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Fun Friday, Focus

Woah, it’s not the weekend! Put your thinking caps on because today you’re about to get a lesson in technicals and numbers. We’re talking about dry facts and stone cold logic today. When you adjust the focus of a camera … Continue reading

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Tripoday

I’ll confess, I couldn’t find a cute way to put together the words tripod and Thursday, so I pulled a Brangelina and created Tripoday. I mentioned the use of tripods on Tuesday and figured that writing a how-to on how to use … Continue reading

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Water Wednesday

Week of words water Wednesday. Say that three times fast. This post is not as much about me teaching as it is about you learning. Today you should be learning about yourself and what inspires you as a photographer; I’m … Continue reading

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T Setting T uesday

Happy T uesday! Today, which I’m calling “T Setting T uesday,” we’ll both be learning a little something. I’ve studied and experimented with long exposure photography, but the T setting is a new term to me. As I was reading … Continue reading

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Macro Monday

We’re about to get close. Real close. UnComfortably close. We’re talking MACRO, people! Macro is a setting on your camera and type of photography (it is also type of lens for your SLR/DSLR, but that we’ll save for another entry). The … Continue reading

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