Tag Archives: camera

It snowed

Last weekened we were in northern Indiana with my in-laws. We woke up Saturday morning . . . . . . and it had snowed. My husband, who has been waaaay too enthusiastic about the arrival of the seriously cold … Continue reading

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Playing with shutter speed

Shutter speed is the length of time a camera’s shutter is open–essentially, how fast it goes “click” when you press the button to take the picture. Shutter speed is measured in fractions of a second, so 1/10 is actually a … Continue reading

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White balance in-camera and post-processing

What is white balance? Well my friends, I’m going to try to explain this in my own words. Professional photographers, you know I love you, but please flee the scene before I horrify you with my amateur and incomplete explanation! … Continue reading

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The external flash: how I love it, count the ways

Do you want to improve your relationship with your DSLR camera? Take amazing pictures when there is practically no light in the room? Do you find yourself at parties or family events in the evenings, and every picture is turning … Continue reading

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