Over the Christmas holidays I didn't take many pictures of things other than people, dedicating my time to my family without being behind a lens the entire time. However, for the times that I turn the camera on, I wanted to share with you some of the laughs I got when going through my family's photos. I hope you snicker like I did when watching how goofy my family can be! Enjoy!
I am so excited to be revamping my website. I have given it a major overhaul and hope that it looks more modern and...well just plain awesome! I find myself at the end of the summer and a little disappointed. I didn't get to take pictures of as many people or things as I had planned this summer.
However, when the Fourth of July rolled around, I was eager to snap some pictures of the amazing fireworks show we always get to see here in my town.
To be honest, I amazed myself at how clear the shots came out without me having to use a tri-pod, which sadly I don't have. After editing my images a little, I found that sharpening the images was all I even really needed to do to them. Of course, not all of the images came out as good as the ones shown here, but that is just part of learning to adjust your settings as you go.
I had to play with the shutter speed and other settings before I could get them to come out clearly. It's a good thing the fireworks show was a long one.
Oh! I almost forgot to mention... if you haven't already noticed, I've made another big change. I have redone my logo as well. I like this new one; it feels more like a logo and not just some name in a specific font. It took me a while to create it just how I wanted, but after playing around with it some, I finally got it how I like it.
Anyway, I hope everyone has enjoyed their summer!
Thinking of bringing your camera to that giant stuffing fest we call Thanksgiving? Taking pictures of family at events like this is a great idea, but here are some helpful tips that might revamp your pictures while still capturing the essence of that Thanksgiving gathering.
By Allan Peterson
The autumn season brings about trees covered in yellow gold leaves, spooky Halloween tricks and also the special occasion of Thanksgiving. During this time, Americans and Canadians celebrate by having family dinners which usually end up being quite memorable. But memories fade and digital pictures don’t so if you want to record everything that has to do with Thanksgiving, whip out your digital camera and read this fabulous photo tips:
So I'm Amy! I am a elementary and jr. high teacher who also happens to LOVE photography!