Photography

I’ve feel so scatter-brained lately… My intentions were to wake up this morning and write a photography post. Then I followed my boys outside… And got lost in observing their play. Now, after some time playing outside and a run to the grocery store, I remembered what it was I wanted to do here this […]

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30 Helpful Instagram Tips

by SomeGirl on February 28, 2012 · 12 comments

I was so thankful to be able to attend Blissdom (a blogger conference in Nashville, Tennessee) this past weekend. My family went with me and we had a wonderful time! While there, I was able to sit and learn from some amazing photographers (I’ll tell you more about them and what they shared soon). One […]

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A Makeup Tip for Better Photos and A Party!

by SomeGirl on February 21, 2012

Well, I’m getting ready to go to a blogger conference in Nashville, TN in just a few hours and don’t have much time to spend here today. I am excited, though, that Blissdom is offering a whole photography track and I expect to come home with TONS of great photography tips to share with you […]

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Ok, let’s visit manual mode again… I put together a little chart to help those of you just venturing out. It’s a basic guideline for where to start with ISO, aperture, and shutter speed in different lighting. And a helpful companion to the video tutorial I shared a few months ago: AVery Beginner’s Guide to […]

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I’ll be honest with you guys (as I always am, of course) ;) … Until a couple of hours ago, I had no idea what photography tips I could share today. Then… I opened instagram and saw a wonderful lesson unfold right before my eyes. One after another, lovely sunset photos appeared in my timeline. […]

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Panning (Photography Wednesday)

by SomeGirl on January 25, 2012 · 1 comment

Here’s something to try with a point and shoot or DSLR… Fix your eye, through your viewfinder or display, on a moving object. Follow the object through your camera, moving to match the subject’s speed. As soon as the object is in front of you, click the shutter release button. If you’re shooting with a […]

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