Welcome. Grab a cup of coffee. Stay a while. Learn how to use your fancy camera of yours.

Photo a day – May 23

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

The pool is bright, the sun is bright, everything is reflective. So bring that ISO on down super low, and get in the shade if possible

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Photo a day – May 22

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

Make your people look at the camera sometimes. I often like to just capture moments as they’re happening,

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Photo a day – May 21

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

Late at night when there is very little light you’ll need to open your lens up wide and scoot your ISO up pretty high. These newer cameras

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Photo a day – May 20

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

Watch out for “hot spots”. You don’t really want them. See the bright sun spot on my boy’s leg?

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Photo a day – May 19

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

Lunch with grandma and grandpa as they try to keep a little social distance from us. ;) 

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Photo a day – May 18

By Cori Derksen | May 25, 2020

Try changing your focus point. It totally changes the image and where your eye is drawn. Same image, different focus point.

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Photo a day – May 17

By Cori Derksen | May 17, 2020

Find a way to naturally frame your subjects. This time, I played around with framing my husband and son with the ladder ball set

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Photo a day – May 16

By Cori Derksen | May 17, 2020

Sometimes, open your lens up as wide as possible (smallest aperture number f1.4 or in this case I was at f1.8) and play with it

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Photo a day – May 15

By Cori Derksen | May 15, 2020

Take a series of shots, and you may really love the story that they tell.

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