Created by: SusiZoo
Project

Scampie loves to sleep! (#PetLove)

What was your source for this photo? Other What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? I try to capture the beauty of nature, lighting is fascinating. I try to capture the spontaneous moods and emotions in people's face, the special moments they share together. But I know I have a great deal to learn, the standard is incredibly high! What are you most proud of? A series of photographs taken recently of a little pied kingfisher fishing. Also, photographs taken of my niece's wedding - she and the groom were happy, her mother and father were happy with the results, I was glad I had managed to capture some of our family's special moments and emotions What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just to have fun. And, (what I need to do) - believe in yourself! Guess it's the Gladstone 10 000 hour principle. Practice, Practice, Practice!

You Can Make This

SusiZoo made Scampie loves to sleep! (#PetLove) with:

  • I have a Nikon D5100 camera. With two lenses at the moment: 18-55mm and 55-300mm Shooting now in RAW and having fun with some touch-up options
  • if necessary
  • to improve some shots - using ViewNX. But I am one of those photographers who first learned

Project Description

What was your source for this photo? Other What is exciting or interesting to you about your photo(s)? I try to capture the beauty of nature, lighting is fascinating. I try to capture the spontaneous moods and emotions in people's face, the special moments they share together. But I know I have a great deal to learn, the standard is incredibly high! What are you most proud of? A series of photographs taken recently of a little pied kingfisher fishing. Also, photographs taken of my niece's wedding - she and the groom were happy, her mother and father were happy with the results, I was glad I had managed to capture some of our family's special moments and emotions What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just to have fun. And, (what I need to do) - believe in yourself! Guess it's the Gladstone 10 000 hour principle. Practice, Practice, Practice!

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