Category: Making the Most of your Photos

KEY PHOTO BASICS 101:

If you’ve read any of my other Photography blogs, you’ll know that I have been a committed point-and-shoot camera disciple. Well… life has changed. Don’t get me wrong…I will still sing the praises of traveling with a point-and-shoot.  In fact, I will always have… Continue Reading “KEY PHOTO BASICS 101:”

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A COMPACT CAMERA AT ITS BEST

Oh, the Eternal Question… “Do I really want to lug around a bunch of equipment on my next trip and therefore risk getting G.A.S (“Gadget Acquisition Syndrome”)?                                  OR… Continue Reading “A COMPACT CAMERA AT ITS BEST”

BASIC PHOTO COMPOSITION TIPS

I work hard. Really hard. I am a novice photographer with a point-and-shoot camera, determined to make the most of my decision not to invest in a big bodied camera with accessories that I honestly don’t want to lug around. As a result, I… Continue Reading “BASIC PHOTO COMPOSITION TIPS”

PHOTO STYLES & PHOTO JOURANLISM

PHOTOJOURNALISM By no means do I consider myself a photographer.  I am, however, a traveler with a camera who wants to improve her skills, make great photo albums and detail everything that we experience on the road.  Eddie is a better photographer than I… Continue Reading “PHOTO STYLES & PHOTO JOURANLISM”

PICS & DRIPS

Love what rain and fog can do for your photography, and you’ll not be disappointed with ‘bad’ weather again! In my mind’s eye, a picture flashed of Eddie & me swimming back to Denver from Mississippi with ropes clenched in our teeth and towing… Continue Reading “PICS & DRIPS”