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Monday, October 29, 2012

Comments

Sue

I think you may find the book:

Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson to be helpful.

Patty

These pictures are so nice Kim and Hannah is lovely! I've got no pointers...my camera is much smarter than I am! :-)

bibliotecaria

I have found Katrina Kennedy at captureyour365.com to be a really good teacher. You get a lot for free, and her online paid classes are also excellent.

Donna

You deserve a rest, Kim! The photos of Hannah are beautiful, she must be pleased. And your Biscuit is looking good, too. I love the pattern and your yarn choice. Just started mine in Pumpkin Head, hunkered down for the storm.

Jo

First, we are all thinking of you with the Sandy close by.
The photos of Hannah are lovely. The book that came with my camera was quite informative. good luck!

Manise

Wonderful photos of beautiful Hannah!

Kathy

Hannah is beautiful!

Carole

The pictures are looking good! One thing you want to watch for is not cutting things off that should be in the frame - if her arm is in then all of her arm should be in - does that make sense? As for aperture and stuff, a higher f stop is going to get you more parts of the picture in focus, a lower f stop is going to blur things more which is great if you want the background to be blown out. A telephoto lens can be great for portraits because you can get good details on the face and a nice blurry background. I usually use an automatic ISO, there's only so much I can remember to set!

Hattie

I loved both colors, I love how it's knitting up in this one too!

margene

There will be fewer warm weekends and you took full advantage of yours. Your pictures of Hannah look wonderful. I'm sure you'll get a few suggestions on camera settings, etc, but you're doing a good job.

Sandy W

It's good that you took some time to relax this weekend. Hopefully, you won't be too hard hit with my namesake, Hurricane Sandy. Good color choice for your Biscuit cowl, although, chili peppers is pretty also. I'm trying a different recipe each weekend. It's nice to add new meals to the usual list.

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