Friday, January 12, 2007


You know recently I have read several articles on composition and the rule of thirds. Frankly it all seems like a big waste of time if you still don't like what you see in your lens.
Some digital cameras like mine Fujifilm s5200 have a grid setting to help.

When I first became interested in photography, many moons ago, I had no clue what I was doing and how to do it. All I knew was how to load the film in my Vivitar camera and point and shoot! No focusing, no f stops, or apertures. Just me and a view finder and a button! LOL Sounds so silly now huh. I am sure we all started out that way. For years I stumbled around with my Vivitar taking pictures of all kinds of things. As I got older and had to work for a living I put all interest aside.
Then in my late 20's I had the urge again to pick up a camera, a digital camera! what a jump from Vivitar to a Kodak prosumer camera, top of the line back then and a huge hit on the wallet too.

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It was big and bulky, but I didn't mind I had instant results. I even bought filters, and lens.
So I began taking more pictures, still having no clue what I was doing. Although I read and tried to figure it out I was preoccupied with other things, like working to pay off that expensive camera! LMOA


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