I’ve been absent for a while. I don’t have a lot of followers. Actually maybe only one but either way, I like that others can see my posts if they want to! I took a picture of one of my roses that was given to me by my husband. I hope you like it!
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I went to the Cockerell Butterfly Museum in Houston, TX to practice my photography. This isn’t as clear as I’d like but I thought I’d share this one. I’m learning about the different creative modes and aperture is what I was trying to work with. I found that in a lot of them, the wings were clear but the body was blurry. I know that had to do with my focal point but I’d like to get better at determining if I’m focused on the right point or not.
For Christmas, I was given a Canon Rebel T1i DSLR. It takes great pictures of course! There are so many automatic modes that if I were to use those only then I end up with a very expensive point and click camera. I’m learning the creative modes on adjusting the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance, etc.
It was pouring rain the other day so I thought it would be an opportunity for me to test the movement of water and how I can make it silky but also how I can capture the clarity of the rain as it dropped in the puddle of water that was made by the rain. After a lot of shots, I only found one that I thought was good enough. This wasn’t filmed in a studio so you can see the water itself has brown grass underneath. Anyway, I just wanted to post this on my blog as I am well pleased with it!
I’ll appreciate any feedback/suggestions on the photo. I can take constructive criticism well. Also, if you want to comment with some photography tips, I welcome those too!