My trip this past August to Maui. I experienced the island in all its beautiful ways. I have so many pictures, so I’ll post some weekly and talk about some of the things that I did while on the island.
Fall semester is finally winding down, and since my workload is a little light this week, I decided to treat myself and my +1 to some midweek partying . I just came back from the DETAILS magazine part at the Terra … Continue reading
So I’m having a Monday off and I’m being super productive by re-watching the entire series of Girls on HBO and selling my old stuff on Ebay. Check it out if you want an Xbox 360, Electric Guitar, or a … Continue reading
An update of summer so far. -L.
Yay, finally some good weather, perfect enough to test out my Nikon camera. I was playing around with the ISO along with the shutter speed today and here are my results with Daisy’s favs in her closet.
I la la looooove the picture above. Not only are the colors vibrant but the picture just tells a story, “could Daisy be waiting for Mr. Newark?”
I think I’ll call the black and white picture “130″. I didn’t quite fancy this picture so much not until I saw this on the screen daddy Mac.
Don’t stop, keep shooting! Some of the best photos were taken one after the other. In doing so, you’ll capture those natural poses and a pretty smile Well, that’s what I’ve learned today.
Once I get the hang of this, I’ll post what was used to capture the photos but until then “SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND…”
I can’t remember ever being this busy but I am long overdue for a post. I just bought myself a new camera in which I am super eager to use and learn. Let me remind you, I am, what my little brother would say, a “newbie”. I’ve always fancy taking pictures of nature and scenery but I would use either my camera phone or my Canon PowerShot. I have decided to upgrade to a DSLR because I recently discovered the wonders it can create. During the time of events for Simple Stella, I’d borrow a DSLR to capture significant photos, however, I wasn’t able to use it on my own time. Although this upgrade was quite pricey, it’s an investment since I find myself continuously traveling and meeting new people.
Taken with my HTC Android as it was snowing.
Both (top and bottom) taken with a Canon PowerShot SD750.
Using my new Nikon DSLR camera, I plan on taking random pictures so you guys can see my progress in capturing whatever catches thee eyes.
Time to do homework. Until next post, Lulu