Category Archives: Photography Tips

Blurring the Lines…

I have a question for you!  A blurred image: is it always a mistake or can it be an artistic impression? For a long time, I thought that a blurry image was destined for the delete pile… But more and more, I am loving the emotion I see in some images that are definitely out […]

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So excited!

Finally, I am able to check this project off my to-do list!  For years, I have wanted to frame more pictures of my kids around the house!  We actually have more samples of OTHER people hanging in our home (for clients to view) than our own kids.  But now, I have my first “display” hanging […]

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Tips on Tuesday – Back It Up!

Before I get to our tip for the week, I wanted to share one more image from this weekend — pictured here are my three children and myself! This is a very precious picture to me — I’m not in too many pictures, and though I prefer it that way, I do think it’s important […]

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Tips on Tuesday: Do you know ISO?

Back in the “old” days, when we bought film for our cameras instead of memory cards, you had the option of selecting from a variety of ISOs…you might choose an ISO 100 film for bright, sunny days — or an ISO 400 or 800 film for cloudy days or indoor shots.  Now, we have the […]

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Tips on Tuesday – Looking at things in a different way…

Happy Tuesday everyone!  My thoughts for today are more about composition than technical camera settings…one idea that I try to work on whenever I am taking pictures is to look at the same scene from many different angles.  My mom is really good at this!  She will walk around as I am working with a […]

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