It’s worth a look!
I’m not a pro; I’m just an ordinary person who really wanted to learn how to get my camera out of Auto Mode. This blog will record all the things I have learned in my journey to become a better photographer and camera-centric user. I love taking all sorts of photographs but especially macro and panoramas. These are two opposing styles of shots, so it’s important I learn all I can about every type of photography. So I’m always on the lookout for fabulous tips, tutorials and hints that will make my photography better. And what I find out, I’ll share here!
If you are an amateur photographer (or are a Sunday Driver/Shooter) and only get an opportunity to take photographs on the weekends, this blog will provide you with the information to develop your creativity and explore new options.
Easy to follow, and simple to understand information that will explain what you need to do and how to do it.
No gobbleygook. No fancy words. Just enough to help you sharpen your focus!
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This work by December Medland (also known as Sunday Photographer) is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
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