keep at it. Photography, in my opinion, is very much a learn-as-you-go process, undoubtably more than skiing for bare beginners. Similarly, an intro photo class will teach you a lot more than just point-and-shoot style, but technical skills to work with film, which can be super rewarding. Many photogs sneer at sunsets or rises because the light and color is so glaringly brilliant, but thats no reason not to take them. I like the last one the most, but I'd try a wider crop so his head doesn't feel crammed to the left and so the dog isn't centered.
anyway, going BC fly fishing in the wind rivers for the next month, so hopefully I can snag some fun shots.
I'm trying to reduce the size of some of m shots currently in iphoto, but can't see the tool to shrink them so I can upload. any tips?
I have struggled with addiction all my life, and I want to share my 10 step plan to success. Join Aquaholics Anonymous, cause whether you indulge in snow, or get your junkie's fix through kayaking, skimming, surfing, or fishing, I can identify. Whatever your poison, enjoy the ride.