Dawn Hester Photography - Everyday Project's PhotoBlog

you live in the DMV (Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia) and you haven’t been to Great Falls (MD or VA side) it’s really something to see. When you think of…

Natural Bridge State Park has been on my radar to visit for quite a few years. I wanted to go and check it out but when I looked at the images online it just…

After a brutal winter, I get excited about spring. It starts to get warm, beautiful clouds and you begin to see all the flowers waking up from the long winter.…

Photographing old historical buildings is something I’ve always enjoyed doing. Photographing old historical buildings from my home state and where I grew up is…

When you go to visit Seattle Washington, you make plans to see the Space Needle. I totally agree. It’s been there forever, it’s old but it’s still something to…

I’m one of those early bird people, or as I normally say I wake up “O dark-thirty”. I get up, get semi-ready and go downstairs for my breakfast, watch a little…

Nothing like going to one of your photography spots after a hard rain. I’ve been carrying my camera gear with me when I’m out and about. Each time I leave it at…

When I was a member of the 147th ANG, Houston TX back in the 90’s, videographer Doris Linton wanted to cross train into photography. Doris was a great…

One thing about COVID-19 is that it has given me a lot of opportunities to visit local state parks. My first park visit of 2021 is Leesylvania State Park,…

I can’t remember the last time I actually went out and took photographs during a snowfall. I don’t know if it was because when the snow started to fall I was at…

Not long ago I went to Neabsco Creek Boardwalk. I went there early (not too early) morning to see the possibilities of going back to shoot at sunrise. I’ve been…

I don’t have a green thumb for any type of plant, flower….you name it. AND I really don’t enjoy putting my hands into dirt to keep up with the few that I have.…

Fujifilm X-Pro 2 has the following image size/ratios you can set your camera to shoot: 16:9, 1:1, and 3:2. Unfortunately 1:1 and 3:2 settings can only be used…
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