Remember, be kind, lend a hand if you see someone in need.
It has been so busy I haven't posted anything since Christmas! I am happy to report that life is good, I am photographing houses & continue to photograph as a volunteer at my church - Victory Family Church in Cranberry. All of this keeps me busy doing what I love - photographing life!
Thank you for a wonderful year
McConnell's Mills in the fall is so beautiful. I love getting out of the office to take photos of nature
Photographing other things . . . .
I hope you all have a wonderful Easter! Enjoy the Spring Flowers & spend some time with your loved ones.
Notice in the below photo the difference between allowing the camera to choose the setting & the photographer choosing which settings to use to take a photo. Both images were taken with the same camera within 10 minutes of each other (on a tripod). The final product is vastly different. The image on the left is what the camera "thought" I wanted - it was set in "auto" mode. The image on the right is what I really wanted. I obtained this by using manual mode & telling it what aperture, shutter & ISO to use. If you are not getting the results you would like - give me a call & I would be happy to be your photographer. (click the photo to see larger)
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. We will all start seeing the pictures and posts on facebook and instagram. I would like to take this opportunity to say Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Lighting is important when taking real estate photos. I enjoy playing with lights to see the effects I can create. This photo was taken in the middle of the afternoon - outside. The flash was used to make the background look dark & moody.
I like to have my camera with me wherever I go. If it is somewhere warm - all the better! I snapped this picture during sunset in Aruba.