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My favorite time of the day changes from day to day, depending on my schedule and what I have going on. But overall- I love nighttime.
I love it because it’s quiet. I love the quiet. Sometimes I stay up all night, doing nothing in particular. I could be sitting around with my headphones on and in theory it shouldn’t matter day or night because headphones zone everything out. But I enjoy it more at night. There is something about knowing that no one is going to call you, email you that is so soothing and calming.
Plus the moon and stars are absolutely mesmerizing. It’s some of the most beautiful things and sights to ever exist. How can you not love the night?
Learn Digital Photography Now
Free Digital Photography Report…
…Reveals Professional, “Insider” Tips And Tricks For Taking Awesome Digital Photos With Your Digital Camera… (Even If You’re A Complete Newbie To Photography!)
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Summary: The “Your Guide to Digital Photography” by Dan Feildman is a downloadable guide for digital photography beginners and those looking for better results from their digital photography.
Product Details: There are a number of components to this learning product including –
– “Your Guide to Digital Photography” – a 75-page guide that includes a variety of tips and advice for the beginner to advanced photographer. Some of the topics are:
– Taking your first pictures
– Different kinds of digital cameras
– Professional technology at affordable prices
– Finding the right low end digital camera for those on a budget
– Exposing digital photography myths.
– Understanding the features of your digital camera
– Tips for taking better digital pictures
– Pet photo tips
– Night photo tips
– Horizons and sunglasses
– How to share your digital pictures
– Printing your pictures
– Choosing a printer for you digital images
– Editing your photos.
– Understanding white balance so your photos look good in all lighting.
– Interpolation and digital zoom to improve detailing in pictures
– Finding free photo editors for your Windows computer
– Using your flash effectively
– Understanding and making the most of your memory cards
– Important equipment to take when traveling.
– Battery options and your best bets.
– Making money from your digital photography hobby.
– “Photography Quick Tips” – 37 pages showing you how to make the most of your pictures. It includes practical tips for:
– Night photography
– Action photography
– Sunsets and sunrises
– Beach photography
– Desert photography
– Sports photography
– People and pets
– Street photography
– Fog & Mist
– Waterfalls & Running Water
– Rain & Snow
– Picasa Tutorials – There are 8 video tutorials (you can view them online or download them to your computer) to show you how to use the free Picasa software to organize, edit, create and share your photos. The videos include:
– Downloading and installing the program
– Editing photos with Picasa
– Creating collages
– Blogging with Picasa
– Backing up your photos
– Printing your photos
– Posting pictures to your web album
– “Your Top Digital Photography Questions Answered” – This 26 page guide answers 20 common questions about digital photography including:
– What is the biggest mistake made by beginning digital photographers?
– How to decide on the right digital camera.
– How to decide is a picture is worth taking.
– How to get the white balance right.
– How to take clear shots for indoor sports.
– Advantages/disadvantages of raw vs. Jpeg format photographs.
– What are the best settings for low light/nighttime conditions?
– What is hyperfocal distance?
– How to take a photo of a glass sign or a framed picture in glass
– How to get high contrast natural light black and white pictures.
– Time lag from the time you take a picture until it is on the memory card.
– How to avoid redeye in dim light.
– Small object close up pictures.
– How to photograph gemstones and jewelry.
– How to take a picture with both strong sun and shade.
– Capturing personality in photos of people.
– How can I understand depth of field?
– Settings and techniques for photographing birds and wildlife.
– How to take pictures into the sun and avoid lens flare.
– How to take good pictures in the snow or on the beach.
– “Buying a Digital Camera” Video – This video shows you how to use the Internet to conduct research from unbiased sources.
– “An Experiment in Photography. What Exactly Happens When You Change the Settings on Your Digital Camera?” – This 12 page guide shows photos of the same object (a house, in this case) with different camera settings resulting in very different photos.
– “Secrets of Night Photography” – A quick 6-page guide with concise advice about nighttime photography. It includes information on:
– Trails of Light (Cars)
– Trails of Light (Stars)
– Weather and Exposure
– Horizons and Sunglasses
– Low Cost Filtering
The main guide is a PDF ebook. There are extra guides (PDF) and videos (free Flash & Shockwave required). If you’re not sure how to use these files, don’t worry, all the download information is carefully explained and any software you may need is free and safe to download.
Thoughts on the Product:
This package covers a lot of ground on the topic of digital photography. All of the advice is very step-by-step and detailed, but doesn’t include unnecessary filler. Even for someone who has never used a digital camera before, the information is clear and concise enough to take that person from buying a camera to taking their first shots and being proud of their work.
The product can be downloaded instantly upon purchase, so you don’t have to wait for a bunch of books and videos to come in the mail. For those who are new to online downloads, full instructions are included.
What’s on your bucket list?
I have an ever long and ever changing/shifting bucket list. And it seems fitting to reassess my life goals in light of the new year. Here are just a few wants on my list. Some are simple, some are more challenging.
- Have my book published
- Write another book
- Get funding for a PhD
- Get into a PhD program that is right for me
- Learn to surf
- Get healthy
- Go to a dinosaur museum
- Be an extra in a movie or show
- Learn to spearfish
- Own a home and piece of land where I can have lots and lots of animals like donkeys, horses, llamas, lambs, dogs, cows and more.
- Adopt and/or foster children
- Get a job that allows me to travel and pay off my student loans
- Get lasik
- Get laser hair removal
- Start a nonprofit
- Take horseback riding lessons
- Have friends
- Become more flexible
- Fly first class
- Make someone’s wish come true
- Go cliff jumping
- Hang out by a serene waterfall
- Name a star
- Have my own private plane and/or helicopter
- Be in the fashion industry
- Learn to dive
- Go scuba diving
- Befriend an elephant
- Have one of my plays produced
- Have someone illustrate a comic book based off of one of my stories
- Have one of my stories turned into a film
- Learn to draw
- Live in a castle
- Learn to sew
- Go Ziplining
- Publish a cookbook
- Own a car
- Dance in the rain
- Hang glide
- Go to a haunted house
- Throw a themed party
- Go through a corn maze
- Witness a miracle
- Take singing lessons
- Take kickboxing lessons
- Learn to knit
- Learn to ride a bike
- Go parachuting
- Swim with dolphins
- Meet Harry Styles, cut off some of his hair and sell it on ebay for millions so I can afford to fund my bucket list.