I am so thrilled to say that I am finally content with the lenses in my camera bag!! These little beauties will be the foundation of my photographic repertoire until I can save the thousands of dollars I need to upgrade my camera body. Since that is literally years away, I must learn to be content with what I have, and content I am indeed. So if you ever wondered what kind of camera I use or the types of lenses I love, here's the lowdown....more
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
At the encouragement of my husband, I am sitting on our front porch. My daughter is napping. Unusually beautiful weather hit us today. It's about 60 degrees with a great wind blowing through.
Well, my Camera Coat arrived in the mail yesterday! After a good hard rain, my daughter and I scrambled into rubber boots and splashed in ever puddle and ditch we could find. I found myself traipsing along behind my daughter while opening the newly delivered package from ...more
I'm not sure if she went missing because I threatened to replace her with Shutterbug, the tiny pony. Hubby said that replacing Pixy was a bad idea, that I needed to keep her as my muse even though she is starting to look pretty ragged. His thinking is that the "aging of pixy" due to travels and such will be interesting to see over the year. Actually, they both went missing for a while and Shutterbug is still no where to be found!...more
I am obsessed with Instagram. I just can't get enough of the iPhone app. It's so much fun to take pictures and add fun little filters and effects. I like how it's also a mini-social network. Well, I love the app so much that I didn't want my favorite pictures trapped inside my iPhone for the rest of eternity. Don't they deserve to see the light of day too?!?!?...more
I just want to stop in here early midweek to show you my view on a recent evening while walking from the barn to the house (3/8 mile). In the winter in Missouri we can get the most awesome late day light for photography, so I'm usually "packing" a camera, not heat.....:)Anyway, on this evening sure enough, Ma Nature fired up sort of out of nowhere with a spectacular late day lite show for the sundown feature:...more