January 13, 2014

What I know about photography...

In these days I'm reading and finding a lot of sites of photographers. I'm looking at their snapshots, how wonderful, how colourful, how personal they are.
And, of course I think mine are very banal, ordinary.
But, then I think....I'm not a photographer, I'm learning!
I have a lot of time for trying to improve myself, and my dear followers that's what I'm going to do!
I discovered that I love taking photos, I discover this is something that makes me happy...so, until I don't find a job, I'm going to practice with this, and I'm going to share my photos here!
I know, I know, you're happy about this! hahahahaha!!!

I'm attending another photography classes, and our teacher told us the importance of aperture....

So, on Friday I tried to recreate the slide I saw at our classes...and it was funny!!!
See how everything changes closing aperture? Time was stuck (1/100), and iso were 800, because it was a foggy day! (and it still is....)
I love it!

See you very soon!!!with a lot of other news!!!
Happy week!happy Monday!


  1. I'm looking forward to hear other news! I'm trying to improve my skills but I've no time for a photography course... But I have time to read your blog ;)

  2. Isn't it so fun! :) One tip that I use is to multiply your shutter speed (x4) by the focal length. Some people say to multiply it by at least 1 (minimum 1/60th of a second if hand holding), but I found that x4 (i.e. using a 50mm, then your shutterspeed s/b x4 = 1/200th of a second) my images were much sharper, I guess I'm a fast shooter and also don't have the most steady hands.

  3. I'm excited to watch and see how you grow + improve as a photographer, though I think you are great already!

  4. Love that you're working on your photography! This is something I've been meaning to do as well. You should definitely share what you learn as you go along!!

  5. reminds me of college..
    have fun learning

  6. Great lesson. Can't wait to hear the other news. :)

  7. What a nice post Beina! Its great that you are taking photography classes again. What with your old teacher? Is he also still teaching you from time to time?

    Lots of love!