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I very rarely shoot with a small aperture, so this past week I pushed myself to shoot f/9.5 or smaller. The skies were amazing on Friday and proved to be the perfect subject for a small aperture and a little bit of underexposure. Out of focus images are something that I find intriguing. I was […]

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I’m in my first week of a new class at Clickin Moms, Exploring Creative Photography taught by April Nienhuis. It’s hard to break from what you’ve been taught about “correct” exposure. Pushing your ISO, selecting your aperture, over or underexposing an image. Different and challenging for me — always a good thing.  Here are some […]

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I recently finished up a four week class, Fine Art and Visual Expression. This was the first run for FAVE taught by Elle Walker, at Clickin Moms. I had many questions about my own photography journey as the class began. What is fine art? Does it have to be still life? Is it possible to […]

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I’ve decided that when I am old I want to walk on the beach everyday. I feel a sense of peace listening to the waves crash, and feeling the sand between my toes.

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Every month a Creativity Exercise is posted on Clickin Moms. Novembers challenge was to photograph one or more eggs. Eggs? I thought about this one for awhile. How did I want to photograph one, or possibly a dozen eggs. For me it all came down to a sunny afternoon, and the amazing stream of light […]

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Taking photography to the streets was on the agenda Saturday. The Clickin Walk is a global meet up/photography event that I had the pleasure of co-leading with Corinne McCombs and Elicia Graves this year! We met 20 other incredibly talented ladies at Crissy Field and then walked over to the Palace of Fine Arts. It […]

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