Tag Archives: Zoom

I’m Back!

So, after a much too long hiatus from WordPress, I’m back!  Graduated, living in St. Louis, and trying to find time to practice my photography between working two jobs.  (Not that that is super interesting for anyone)  However, since I … Continue reading

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Pet Photography

First and foremost, thanks so so much for helping my blog get “Freshly Pressed”.  I must say, waking up to hundreds of emails from WordPress.com had me rather confused, especially since I wasn’t aware of what “freshly pressed” meant.  Then … Continue reading

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How to Photograph Snow

Snow can quite possibly be one of the trickiest subjects to photograph. Because of it’s intense reflections and clear coloring, your camera may have a tendency to turn the snow in your image either blue or yellow, both of which … Continue reading

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Quiz Your Photography Knowledge

With the seasons changing and preparing for the holidays, why not brush up on your photography knowledge?  Everyone gets mixed up in the holiday hustle and bustle, but some things we need to remember when out shooting. Things you do … Continue reading

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Holiday Season

The Holiday Season Even though it’s only November 1st, I’m already in the holiday mode.  I just went to Starbucks and got my first Peppermint Mocha of the season and I’m one happy camper.

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5 Ways To Improve Your Photography

In the beginning, you’re just out shooting and taking pictures of everything you can because it just looks, cool.  But, once you’ve tailored your own eye or interests, your picture start to say something to viewers that they might not … Continue reading

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A New Perspective

I have to admit, some of my favorite photography is in a “zoomed” perspective.  The way you can cram a frame with so much color and intensity, yet not the whole object is intriguing. In my Digital Photography class at … Continue reading

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