Oooooh, bright shiny lights. I love how the tree is glowing and the lights are bursting, don't you? I'm going to talk you through how you can take a picture of your family's tree (if you have one). You will need a basic understanding of photography, you'll need to understand shutter speed, but that's not… Continue reading Photography how to: create star bursts
My second and third articles were also published on Pretty Presets for Lightroom's blog! These articles are geared toward new photographers generally, but established 'togs will enjoy them as well 🙂 Thank you photog family for being so supportive. #communitynotcompetetion
A year or so ago, I typed up a post about silhouettes but because Word Press is sort of the devil, it got eaten and is lost in the pits of internet mystery. So here goes with Take 2: Holiday Silhouette. Long story short-- expose for your tree lights, focus on your people, under exposing… Continue reading How to: create a holiday silhouette
** originally published July 2016*** Ah, the Fourth of July. Picnics, parties, beer, and brats (that's bratwurst, not BRATS, well... hopefully not brats 😉 ) And of course, there are fireworks. I’m sure there’s a long and delightful history about why we Americans light up the skies with fireworks and you’re welcome to Google that information… Continue reading Photography HOW TO: photograph fireworks!
I asked over on my Facebook page if anyone had some photography questions I could help with. One of the respondents said that she was having trouble with her pictures coming out dark and in some cases, blurry. This is a pretty common complaint so I'm going to talk about a few things that may help you get… Continue reading Photography how-to– adjusting settings for DARK rooms