Right now Amazon has a free kindle ebook to download about photography. Get it quick if your interested because you never know when the price will change. Don’t forget you can read these on not only your kindle, but your PC or other device with the downloadable kindle reader. Here’s the link below. I was really excited about this one!
Ok… so I’m pretty stoked about this post! I have been wanting to try to take firework pictures for a few years but have never done it… until this year! Since this was my first attempt there were some shaky ones and ones that didn’t turn out very good but by the end I had some decent shots I was happy with. I did learn that I definitely want to get a remote for long shots to help with eliminating camera shake but overall I’m really happy with my first attempt. Find a few of my favorites below!
This last one is my personal favorite of the night! Feel free to leave comments. Enjoy!
I wanted to post a new photo post for you all. We recently took a little boat trip out on a nearby river and here are just a few shots I took. It was very peaceful and we were able to spend quite a few hours out on the water. Though right now in my area it is way too hot unless you’re getting in the water or you go out really early! I’ve got a few shots here of a bridge we came upon and went under then just some general shots of landscapes as we cruised along.
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Over the past weekend I got together with some family and friends. We were invited to a pool party/fish fry at a friend’s house. We all had a great time and gave me a great opportunity to capture some neat photos. The only down side was the temperatures dropped in our area a few days before which made the pool water so cold. Of course, you can’t keep the kids out of the water no matter how cold. lol You just had to jump in because there was no easing into it. 🙂 Here are some action shots and big splashes I captured.
and the aftermath! Gotcha = )
The last two of the splashes, I made a little larger because they seem distorted and didn’t look right to me when I put them in the post. Plus you can really the see the detail better when they are enlarged. I loved capturing the splashes because every one was so different. Feel free to leave comments.
I’ve got another photo post I wanted to put up. I saw a photo contest for a local store and you could enter into different categories… one happened to be best dressed. My poor dog, Bandit, was my model for this photo shoot. I personally think he is super cute and here are a few of the shots I got. I still don’t know what I’ll choose for the contest and I actually have more shots to go through but here are a few I’ve chosen to share with you all. 🙂
This first one I actually edited to black and white and came back in and added spots of color to make it pop (I love to do that and use it for my kids photos as well).
This next one… since he is wearing a basketball jersey… to me says “Coach, put me in!” People get such a kick out of him because he stands up like a person sometimes when he is watching stuff.
Last one for this post… Finally I got the ball!
He is so funny to watch. He actually kicks it around more like a soccer ball. My husband and kids love to roll the ball towards him and watch him move it around the yard.
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Its been quite a while since I’ve done a photo post… so I thought it was time to get back and do another posting. I love photography but just can’t always make the time between work and family.
This set of photos is from a day we went to a place called Hindostan Falls. It is in Martin County, Indiana. There are a set of rock falls here but the water was up a little high this day so I didn’t get a good picture of the falls but I did capture some other shots I really liked.
This first one is at the end of our trip. The sun was just starting to set. In the middle of the picture you can see some ripples in the water which is part of the rocks of the fall that are underwater at the time of this picture.
Waiting for a fish
This one is a shell I found while walking along the side of the river. It just looked old and interesting to me.
The last one in this post is some roots along the bank. Time and the rising and falling of the river has revealed this tangle of roots.
I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do. Feel free to leave feedback! 🙂
I’m back with a new photo post. It’s another basketball one. This was my son’s last junior high game. Bittersweet knowing he’s going into high school, but exciting at the same time looking forward to the new challenges. They played a super hard game, but the calls by the ref’s were terrible and very one-sided, but that is nothing new for our school unfortunately. On to the photos! (Note: My boy is #22 on the blue team)
Here’s one of him racing down the court. He’s in the blue jersey driving the ball down the floor on a fast break.
Here’s one of him shooting. It came out a little blurry, but he liked his form and the shot.
Here’s a free throw shot he’s taking that I edited for him.
Here’s one final one of him taking a shot off in the right corner.