I wasn’t serious about taking photographs until I received my Nikon D90 from my husband, my number one supporter, in November 2009. It took me a year and a half and thousands of photos to grasp how to expose a photo correctly and how to use aperture, ISO and shutter speed to get there. And it wasn’t until I received my second lens, the Nikkor 50mm f/1.4D, that I really understood aperture, depth of field and what it means to have a fast lens. And I realize this is one of the reasons why I love photography so much – there is so much to learn and experience with it.
I just want to document life. And make it look pretty.
So here I am. Since I spend so much time going out, taking photos and editing, the next logical step was to share them. And that will be the purpose of this photo blog. Or phoblog.
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