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Family decided to do a little bum around day in Naperville, IL... And I brought along my Pentax KP wearing its sexy little 100mm 2.8 macro... And we came…

I completed a series of photographs that helped me understand and come to terms with how the increase and decrease of aperture can affect the depth of…

To create this brightly light portrait, I set the camera (Canon EOS 700D) to Manual mode, as this meant that i would be able to control both the shutter…

In my week one with the DSLR Camera i had to create a range of images whilst changing the shutter speed and the aperture diameter within the camera to create…

Spring 2009 I wrapped up the digital art teaching position I filled in for while the contracted teacher was on maternity leave. She decided to return for the…

I love playing with shallow depth of field. These three images were shot at f2.5 I'm wrapping up the garden these days and I can still find some wonderful…

Perhaps my favourite, go to lens, is my 35mm prime. Taking photos with its 1.8f aperture allows for some gorgeous depth of field, and also allows me to get…

Not sure which way to go with this theme. When I returned home yesterday I found that my grandchildren talked their daddy into a couple of pets... This one here…

This weeks theme is shooting wide open. This means taking the most light in by opening your aperture to the max. This can create some very nice effects. In this…

I don't know you mothers out there but my house is like an art studio. Paint, ink, origami paper, stickers, glue sticks, washi tape, etc. An activity my girls…

First outing ever. I need to get use to it. It's much easier to shot things inside the house, a more controlled setting. And so, I was crouching everywhere. At…
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