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This week David has shown an interest in my camera so we did a small lesson on cropping and focusing in on your subject matter. Here’s the outcome, all shot by my little man (and straight out of the camera) : 50mm f1.8 – over exposed (manual exposure) ISO 1600 – white balance, auto Trying to get proofs done, not having much success – 50mm f2.4 – still over exposed (manual exp) ISO 800 – white balance, auto perfect exposure – photographer in the making! 50mm f1.8 – white balance, auto – ISO 400

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I found this the other day when cleaning out my photos again. Shot in November while on a nature walk with the kids, I was reminded that texture can be applied in numerous ways to enhance design. Interesting how sometimes we forget that it’s all around us, often in the simplest form of nature. How cool would this pattern be as a blind impression in some yoga cards or something?

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I keep getting emails asking how I light my photos. I’m by NO means a good photographer, however since I’ve owned the Canon Digital Rebel Xsi I have to confess that although I’d like to take full credit for my photos, I really think it’s all the camera (and a little research on the side). I have a 50mm f1.8 fixed lens. I never shoot with my flash, and to learn the focusing and aperature/speed properties I shot in manual mode for a long time to try to learn to feel my camera. The lower the “f” number the more light is let into the camera (and the more bokeh). I like to shoot during the day in indirect light. It makes for the most true colors which is crucial for product photos. My product and kids shots are almost always a …

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