Monthly Archives: October 2012

Take Sharp Pictures – Discover THE #1 Reason For Blurry Photos

Great Discovery – Why Many Pictures End Up In The Trash Bin

My goal for this post is to reveal what I consider to be the #1 Reason for Blurry Photos.

Have I mentioned yet that I teach photography? To kids.

That’s right. I get paid to do what I love.

blurry photos - no more
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Once I taught my granddaughter the “secret” about blurry photos, she started getting sharp photos nearly every time. This one was taken in a rather dark restaurant. Notice the nice, sharp foreground in the picture.

In my experience, I have found there is one mistake that is made WAY more than any other, and when I show my young proteges this little secret, they immediately do two things.

First, they have an “aha” moment when the lightbulb goes off in their brain. It’s the lightbulb of photography knowledge and understanding. Continue reading Take Sharp Pictures – Discover THE #1 Reason For Blurry Photos

Capture Fall Photography Color

Fall photography opportunities abound with a wonderful array of color and creative ideas for photographers. The rich reds, oranges, and yellows are quick to bring a “WOW” from your viewers.

Here are a few ideas about how to use this time of year to get more out of your photographic experiences.

Use your kids and your imagination.

We sometimes get so involved with the beautiful color, we forget to include people. They will add so much interest to your work.

Fall color with kids
Taking pictures of your kids and grandkids reaches a new level when you can add the interest of fall.

In the picture above, I asked the kids to imagine there was something mysterious above them. Continue reading Capture Fall Photography Color