It was a beautiful September evening with gorgeous light and mild temps. View full post »
Our first try at a photo session earlier this summer was quickly cut short by an intense thunderstorm that brought strong winds and robbed us of our nice evening light. A couple of weeks later, we met up at Font Hill Park in Ellicott City for a gorgeous family photo session. View full post »
To me, summer just isn’t summer without peach dumplings.
Growing up, the end of July was an especially good time. For most of my childhood, we spent the last week of July at Ocean City with my Dad’s family. The end of July also meant that my parents’ peach trees were full of ripe, yellow peaches. A bucketful always made its way to the beach. View full post »
Did you buy a fancy dSLR in the hopes of capturing better photos of your family, but it’s either collecting dust or you haven’t managed to move past the Auto setting? Are you intimidated by all of your camera’s bells and whistles and feel like you’re not taking advantage of your camera’s full capability?
Last month’s guest post on the greenberries blog, 4 Simple Tips for Learning to Use Your First dSLR , will get you started on your journey to capturing the quality of pictures you envisioned when you purchased your fancy camera!
Today, I cover 3 More Simple Tips for Learning to Use Your First dSLR in part 2 of my photography series.
Once you’ve read through, be sure to leave a comment and let me know what you found most helpful in the article or if you have any questions you’d like me to answer.
Summer is slowly coming to a close as we get the kids back to school and grab a few more sunny days at the shore. While fall reminds us that winter is near, fall is also the most beautiful of days in Maryland. What better way to cherish these moments than to schedule a photo shoot. It is a great way to capture a family photo that you can use for holiday cards, host gifts for family over the holiday season and printed memories to hang above the mantel to enjoy over the cold winter nights by the fire. Your family’s photo will be the backdrop to your holiday gatherings. View full post »