Photography Friday

Since I have recently gotten my photography groove back, I have decided I should join the Photography Friday link up on This Analog Adventure. Also, I think I should also mention that I am in love with The Analog Adventure ever since I discovered it last week. As you can see, it has also made its way to my "Reads," see my right side pane.

A few weeks ago, I found a Groupon for Chimpsy's 4 Weeks to Manual online class. They hold an hour-long live class every Monday for 4 Mondays, but for me who signed up late and/or forgets about the classes, they have the videos available, given that the paying student has the password.

I've gotten through the first hour and a half of the videos. It felt like have already learned a lot so I decided to put it to good use and go to the dog park and shoot. Only a few of the shots came out nice enough without editing though. Nonetheless, I'm sharing those few SOOC (straight out of camera) here today. :)

It still feels weird sharing photos that I have not edited on here. It feels like going out of the house without my rings, you know, that I-feel-naked feeling. 'Kay, off to jump around in the link up...

PS. Bye-bye, January.


  1. I would love to take some photography courses! I have just been reading and experimenting so far, but it's easier to learn (for me) when I'm held accountable to someone. I really like your second photo, the contrast is really pretty! Of course, I love any photo with Fox in it!

  2. i don't have any idea about photography but i love the photo with dog is so cute.

  3. Thanks so much for sharing some of your photos! They look really great! That online course sounds awesome!


  4. I am going to get a big-lens-thing aka a DSLR pretty soon so I'm getting more into photography . Though I've been practicing on a Nikon S4000 , I cheat a lot with editing . These photos are amazing , just keep good lighting in them :)

  5. awwww that dog is so cute & Fluffy! Thank you so much for linking up, I'm so glad you found my little blog! :D

  6. Photography is a funny thing. I never used to notice how much of a difference a good eye with the lens AND editing can really make. I think it would be great to take a class sometime, since it's only been the last few months that I've had a DSLR. I love that feeling of taking a shot and looking at it later and thinking, "holy crap - that looks like ART"

    xo Jackie
    Something About That

  7. I took few photography courses in school, but i need still practice:) You are doing good job!