Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Rainbow Eucalyptus

Autumn behind a Rainbow Eucalyptus/ Mindanao Gum in Oahu.

 

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“Remember the past, plan for the future, but live for today, because yesterday is gone and tomorrow may never come.”

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Autumn took this photograph

The Numbers of Hope

My daughter took this photo of her brother.

He is actually standing on a ledge over an open stairwell.

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A beautiful hike UP to 5,468 feet (above sea level) that’s accessible right from downtown (Helena, MT). Pictures provided courtesy of a pilot layover. Wish I could have been there and enjoyed all that nature.
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CROSS COUNTRY 

Flying from Montana back to North Carolina in the Cherokee 140

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crossing the M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I

photoFlying is easy. Spelling is difficoult chalaanging hard.

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Aren’t you a little SHORT for a STORMTROOPER?

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The Panthers visit Cincinnati in Week Six and will try to avoid playing the part of the Bengals as the Bengals do their best Patriots impersonation.http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

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The Parents’ Guide to Photographing Holidays, Family Portraits, and Everyday Life

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What parent doesn’t want to capture the perfectly imperfect joy of family life through photos? From holidays and vacations to portraits and shared moments, celebrated photographer (and mom) Me Ra Koh not only helps moms and dads take better photos, but inspires them to discover photography as a way to connect with, cherish, and celebrate their family. With forty beautiful “photo recipes” anyone can follow—with any camera—preserving your family’s story has never been easier!

A fun book! This is the third book in Me Ra Koh’s series. I haven’t read the first two of her books but I enjoyed the photo “recipes” in this one. 

The book had many good ideas for photos and good examples for inspiration but I didn’t think it had many photography “how to” tips. 

I liked that the book did have a lot of photos, both the author’s photos as well as the work of other women photographers. The photos were helpful examples of the particular subject. 

No fancy equipment required with this book; the simple ideas and examples presented can be used with whatever equipment you already have. This is a good photography resource for the typical, average, everyday, photo taking mom. A recommend book for anyone wanting to improve their photography skills. 

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The Blogging for Books program provided this complimentary copy for review purposes. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own. 

 

 

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