Photography {Vol. 2}

February 29, 2016

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

I’m excited to share round two of my photography process! It’s definitely a process & anytime I get a free moment, I try and read tips from some of my favorite photographers.

I’m still struggling with finding the perfect balance between ISO, aperture & shutter speed for certain shots. In some (kind of rare) cases, it’s really easy to set the shot up. However, in other cases, it’s not so easy. Since the first series of photos I took and blogged about here, I’ve definitely learned a thing or two. I would say since that initial round, I’ve learned to focus on taking photos in the afternoon for that really pretty, natural light. I think it’s made a difference in this batch of photos.

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

photography, tips, lessons, capture, create, vision, iso, aperture, shutter speed

What do you guys think?!

xx

4 thoughts on “Photography {Vol. 2}

  1. Kelsey

    I think these are great! What kind of camera do you use? It’s on my bucket list to take some photography classes and step up my game. I’m interested to hear how you got started on this!
    xo Kelsey

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    1. caitokeeffe Post author

      Thank you Kelsey, that’s really sweet and I’m glad you like them! I use a Sony Alpha 6000 Mirrorless Camera and have an additional lens that I’ve been using (18-200mm). I LOVE it. I also have a Nikon DSLR which I also really like, I would recommend either. I’ve always been interested in photography and I’ve really focused on it over the last couple of months. I just read photography blogs and practice. You should definitely get into it, and its a great skill to have as a blogger. Hope you’re doing well! xx

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  2. natalie

    I know nothing about photography! I use my iphone 6+ for everything!! So good to get some tips and learn, esp for bloggers, so this makes me want to dive into it more 🙂

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    1. caitokeeffe Post author

      You should definitely get into it, you would be so good – you have a natural creative eye. I really just started getting into over the last couple of months. The combination of reading photography blogs and practicing has really helped me! xx

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