My Still Life

September 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
My Still Life... Peace is what you tend to think of when you think 'still life'. My life is nothing but still. I have this idea though that still life photography can bring a sense of stillness and peace to moments of my life. My journey into still life photography isn't starting out that way, although I do believe it can get there. Yesterday, I...
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The BethADilly Challenge

June 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
So, I'm doing a 365 day project... this year I guess it's a 366 day project.:) Before I started the project though I bought this e-book called The Styled Photographer. Here is a link to the author's site. The idea of the book is to help you find your photography style. I loved it and it has helped me tremendously! I've done a few 365 day projects b...
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The Dreaded Self Portrait

April 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Believe it or not, the 'dreaded self portrait' is the perfect description for 'selfies' taken by photographers. Most of us much prefer that position behind the camera but sometimes we need a picture of ourselves. I've done a few self portrait projects over the years. The main purposes in it for me are: Practice poses Work on my creativity See...
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Resizing An Image

April 13, 2016  •  1 Comment
With all of the photos we share, resizing an image is such a common question. I'm hoping to make this process as simple as possible. I use Photoshop CC for all of my editing. You will want to do all of your editing and save the image in it's original size before resizing. The first thing you want to do in resizing is go to Image and then Image Si...
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What's In My Bag?

April 04, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
What's In My Bag is a pretty common post. I thought I'd join along with the crowd on this one and tell you what's in my bag.:) I want to say right off the bat that the gear you have doesn't make your photography better. You can have the best equipment and take bad photos or have the worst equipment and take great photos. A good camera set on auto...
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