Thursday, March 22, 2012

Thursday's Tip {Photography 101}

Nikon D5000
more info on this camera here

Stock Lenses- 
Nikon 18-55mm 
Nikon 55-200mm

Fixed Lenses-
Nikon 35mm
Tamron 90mm

3 8gb SD Cards
1 16 gb
2 Batteries
1 Charger  

2 Tripods (nice heavy duty one & one light one from Wal-Mart)
1 Monopod 
1 Backdrop Stand

3 External Hard Drives
2 Jump Drives
Plenty of DVDs

just started using Photoshop CS6 with Camera Raw add on- (CS7)

Photoshop CS5
InDesign CS5
Panorama Maker 4
iMovie HD
Dynamic Photo

Head on over to How Does She to check out my post on how to make these animated GIF's!


  1. got one up for you today! :)

  2. PostcardsfromrachelAugust 31, 2012 at 11:53 PM

    Yay!! Thanks for the link. Another post would be great!

  3. you can do it! :) just takes practice!!

  4. you will LOVE the upgrade!

  5.  so glad this helped!



    yes, i do! I am thinking about doing another post on other methods and tips so stay tuned! :)

  7. PostcardsfromrachelAugust 31, 2012 at 11:53 PM

    Thanks for sharing your photography tips. Do you have a post on photo organization? That's my biggest issue right now. I have hundreds of travel photos and I'm not sure what the best storage method is on my MacBook Pro. I feel so unorganized!


  8. Thank you sooooo very much. I just sent an email to my web developer yesterday asking how to make these and how much she would charge!! Who knew that I could do this so simply! Thank you Thank you Thank you! Hugs!


  9. Thanks for the tips!  I always have in the back of my mind that I will be a great photographer... one day!  I finally got a decent camera with manual options but it is daunting to try to get started...

  10. My next camera is going to be a DSLR!!  I am so tired of point and shoots.  I love all of your tips.  Thanks for sharing your knowledge.


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