OK--Mandy has done an awsome job on our monthly photo assignments but she needs a temp reprieve during her busy photography season! So, I volunteered to come up with a May assignment. I will post one by tommorrow evening BUT I would like to hear some
Does anyone else have problems taking photos of their curly, darker colored doodles? Because Noah is red and curly, his curly hair often casts shadows over his eyes. I have a lot of problems taking photos of him outside due to this... his eyes just
Everything was working just fine until I recently recharged its battery. I am pretty sure it has nothing to do with the battery, that's just the only 'new' thing. Now all of a sudden it doesn't focus...even on automatic.
I just ordered a remote control remote!! I really hope it works the way I think it will-- the description says it will acivate the camera up to 300 feet away and I've read really positive results from people that have it. This would help so much with
Framing is one of my favorite compositional techniques and I think you’ll enjoy this assignment too! I love finding objects in the environment to create a frame around my subjects. Framing is another technique you can use to tell the viewer where to loo
I don't know what you have planned for April but I know ISO was tossed around. I have been whining about a focus problem and I finally took it to a 4/3 photographer forum for advice. I found the answer to be most interesting--a photography approach i
Continuing forward on learning the (3) ingredients of exposure - we covered Aperture, now it's time for Shutter Speed. This, for me, is the trickiest part of photography, and even I still struggle with it sometimes. In an effort to save time and not
I think perhaps I jumped into the deep end a little too soon with Aperture last month :) and realized some members may need some instruction on the basics, so I thought we should focus on Composition this month. This month, it doesn't matter what c