Give Me Something Real

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UploadedNovember 27, 2011
TakenDecember 7, 2008
MakeOlympus Corporation
ModelC8080WZ
Exposure1/2 sec at f/2.4
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.4 mm
ISO200
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My oldest daughter during a shoot December 2007. Again, photos shot with the Olympus and images I thought were unsalvageable. I was completely digital camera illiterate. I read the manual, several books on digital photography, but nothing really imbedded. Most days I just pointed the camera in the general direction of the object of my affection and clicked.

Needless to say, there was a lot wrong with the early images including white balance. All night shots indoors were completely orange. As you can tell from my photos, I am big on natural and low lighting compositions. So this was certainly a fly in the ointment. But I was bitten and used PS to correct my photographic ignorance.

When Nikon D7000 rolled around, I was bound and determined to shoot manually, so I hit the books again. After a few failed starts, things begin to improve. Then LR graced my life. Again, back to the studio, nose in a book, laptop screen monitoring my progress. Then I drug these out and dusted them off with LR. Imagine my surprise.

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