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  1. Lovely artistry. Love the sky and reflection of the sun, colour and balance in the very bottom photo.

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  2. Love the artistry. I think my favorite photo is of the Whiterock train. It pulls your eye into infinity. Thanks for stopping by my blog and liking what you saw.

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    • You’re welcome! And thank you for the feedback. I really like the train as well but it doesn’t seem to get much attention until now :)

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  3. Beautiful photos! Glad you stopped by my blog so I can discover you!

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  4. Beautiful pictures and paintings…~Patty

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  5. You’ve captured some great moments. I especially like “Lonely Sailboat”. Did this photograph inspire the painting of the same name? My I ask what kind of camera and lense(s) you use in the photographs above?

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    • Yes, the photograph did inspire the painting. I actually don’t use anything too fancy these days. Planning on getting a new camera in the soon but as long as you have something that can produce a high resoluction image and take angles and lighting into consideration, you can capture your subject in a very presonal way. Also, aperture is very important. A narrow depth of field will make your subject pop so unless you’re doing landscapes keep it at around f5 and zoom in on your subject. Thanks for the comment :)

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      • And speaking of zooming in… while it helps with some cameras, keep in mind to only use optical zoom, never digital zoom. Digital zoom will stretch the pixels and give the photo a low quality effect.

  6. Thanks for the tips! Today I’m going to buy a Canon 60D with an 18-200 mm lens – great buy at Lens & Shutter.

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  7. Just bought it and am charging the battery, and formatting the card. Will update you when I learn how to use it effectively. Cheers!

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  8. Valentina

     /  August 10, 2012

    I tried leaving comments on individual photos and was unable to. Any idea of what I am doing wrong?

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