There are a few simple techniques you can use to improve your garden photos, and framing is one of them. Framing refers to using elements within the scene to create a ‘frame’ around your subject. The point of framing is to draw the viewer's eye into the photo and directly toward … [Read more...] about SHOOT: Tips on using framing to quickly improve your garden photos
A few weeks ago I decided to start shooting with a DSLR 50mm lens that's been tucked away in my camera bag for months. The lens was an impulse purchase that I had barely touched since I bought it. On this particular day, the sun was shining bright in the garden. I reached for my … [Read more...] about SHOOT: How to choose the right size filter for your lens
What is chimping? It's a simple and kinda funny sounding digital photography term used to describe the habit of immediately checking every shot on the LCD screen right after its captured. So is chimping a good thing or bad? A sign that you're an amateur photographer, a seasoned … [Read more...] about SHOOT: What is chimping?
Disclosure: Photowall provided me with a free canvas print in exchange for my honest review of their product. I love taking photos of my garden. There is something purely magical about slowing down, silencing my mind, and focusing on nothing but the subject in front of me and … [Read more...] about Product Review: Photowall Prints and Murals