Monthly Archives: June 2012
Stunning! Beautiful! These are the two words used most in my (new) Twitter feed @lessthanamateur. I’m a video game publicist by trade and a DJ by hobby so words and sound are my thing(s). Unfortunately visuals aren’t my thing, which … Continue reading
At some point, I’m going to have to figure out how to get more of my macro shots in focus. Until then, here’s a little shot from my garden last week. Gross.
…https://twitter.com/CatherineWPhoto/status/217319834252349440 “Buying a #Nikon doesn’t make you a photographer. It makes you a Nikon owner.” That’s the best thing I’ve read on Twitter, maybe ever. Also, it made my curious: what makes a photographer, according to you, the photographers?
I accomplished three things this morning: I figured out how to appropriately shoot on (S) this morning in relatively lowish light AND I did very well on the Manual setting with my macro lens. Also, I unleashed hordes of … Continue reading
Shot with a Nikon D3s at Yosemite Valley, Mirror Lake trail.
Shot with a Nikon D3s using a 2.8f 28 to 300 Nikkor lens.
If you’ve been following my [relatively slow] progress, you know that my friend Josh gave me some good advice when he told me to shoot in Aperture mode to get used to how I wanted the focus in my composition to … Continue reading
You know those iconic blurry water shots that sometimes can be really moving and inspiring? This is not one of those blog posts. I was on a hike to Nevada Falls in Yosemite (I would like it noted we took … Continue reading
On the drive up to Yosemite last Friday I said, “You know how Yosemite is like, all totes iconic and fer daizies photographed?” (Okay maybe I didn’t say it exactly like that. But saying something so retarded seems like it … Continue reading