22 September 2011


This past weekend I participated in a photography workshop to improve my photo skillz. The class was about 4 hours long and really informative-- great for beginners like me :) I signed up for it around the same time I ordered my camera and I am so glad that I did it. Before the class I just kind of experimented with my camera and didn't really understand how it works. Here's the website for the class. 

I thought I would share a couple of my photos from the "photo safari" it wasn't quite as exciting as an African safari but it wasn't too bad. We mostly had to practice photographing flowers and buildings so that's what you'll see here, no National Geographic yet. I wish I could say I recommend the safari but there were way to many students for one teacher. 

p.s. I didn't do any editing software on these and my camera is a Cannon digital rebel 1100D. These were shot with an 18-25mm lens. So gimme a shout if you have any tips/tricks/suggestions or whatever.

After I got home I walked around the lake by my house and took a few more shots:

Improvement-- especially if you look back at some of my older posts!

Have a lovely evening!

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