Photography 101 Series| Part II: Understanding Your Camera Mode Settings

Welcome to the second installment of my newPhotography 101 Series: Mastering Your Camera Settings!...more

Photography 101 Series Part I: Understanding Exposure

Welcome to the first week of my new...more

Mastering Your Camera Settings

Julie Ross Godar Thank you ! :)more

My Favorite Photo Editing Tools

As a professional photographer for 13 years and over a 100 weddings photographed, I've used my fair share of editing software and photoshop actions.These are a just a few of my favorite editing tools and the results they render....more

Photography 101-Understanding ISO

ISO is a term we've heard as long as we've held a camera in our hand.  Whether it be when we were buying film or now turning a digital dial to the correct ISO, it's always been a decision to make.  Many of you probably have never thought given it much thought, but I'm here to tell you:  the ISO setting is your first important decision to make when you pick up your camera to take a picture.  Why??  I'm so glad you asked!...more

Photography 101: Exposure

You'll hear photographers talk a lot about exposure.  What does exposure mean anyway?  Exposure is a simple term to determine how much light (or lack of light) your camera frame needs to take a decent picture.  Exposure is all about light. That's why when you have your camera on the Fully Automatic setting, it's going to read the light around you and determine what it thinks is the correct Exposure...or how much light (or lack of light)......more

Never Say Cheese, and Other Lessons in Candid Photography of Children

I like my camera candid -– real life and unexpected moments -- which is why I love working with kids. But sometimes unexpected means a baby that doesn’t want to be put down. Or a three year old who has decided a “smile” is a painfully over the top toothy grin. With jazz hands. Or maybe no jazz hands and just a scowl that says, “No pictures.” We all have hang-ups about having our photos taken. At any age. So, here are a few tips and tricks to help you capture the little moments with as few tears as possible....more
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Photography 101 Series

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