My first attempt at Studio Photography

After my family, my biggest passion is photography.  I have been obsessed with cameras since I was a little girl and have had a multitude of different cameras since then.  In December last year I booked myself onto a DSLR Beginner’s course with DSLR Learning which I spotted through Groupon and I LOVED it!  At that time I only had a bridge camera and so although I was happy enough with the photographs that I took, I knew that I could do better and so for Christmas I was given enough money that I could buy myself an entry level DSLR camera.

From the moment I took the camera out of the box, I made myself a promise that I would not turn the dial to automatic and that I would leave it on Manual, so far I have stuck to that promise and I don’t intend on going back on it.  I know that I am still a very long way from being the kind of photographer that I would like to be but bit by bit I am getting there.

Studio Photography

Today I attended a course on Studio Basics and I loved it, there is a lot to think about in a studio setting but I’m quite happy with the fruits of my labour, what do you think?

Studio Photography

Studio Photography

Studio Photography

Studio Photography

Studio Photography

Studio Photography

This was the very first photograph I took today and as you can see, it’s not as it should be but sometimes it’s worth keeping the mistakes because actually I think it makes for a pretty cool photograph.  Hey, what am I talking about, I MEANT to take this shot!

Studio Photography

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  1. Michelle Twin Mum
    October 7, 2013 / 11:39 am

    Fab job, we are pondering buying a DSLR and have no idea what to go for, what did you get? Mich x

    • October 7, 2013 / 12:44 pm

      Thank you Mich. I have a Nikon D3100 and I am really happy with it. I know a number of people who have the same camera and are very happy with it too x

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