Here are the results of the April Monthly Photo Challenge Birds: #GetOffAutoBirds

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Sunny in Sunnyslope

Here are some shots from my latest real estate shoot.  It’s located in the Sunnyslope neighborhood in Wenatchee, WA.  I especially love the movie theater (and Star Wars poster) downstairs!  I don’t think it’s included with the home though…

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Star Trails

I’ve wanted to take some star photos for a while now.  I’ve either been too busy (or tired) to get out at night, it’s been cloudy, or the moon was too bright.  I finally had my window of opportunity and I was pleased with the results!

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April Photo Challenge: Birds

April 8th is Draw A Bird Day.  But I can’t draw, so let’s take pictures of birds instead.  April’s photo challenge is Birds! Use hashtag #GetOffAutoBirds and I will share your photos at the end of the month. Continue reading “April Photo Challenge: Birds”


Horizontal or Vertical?

Sometimes you should follow the rules.  Sometimes there are no rules. Sometimes rules are meant to be broken.  How do you know when is the right time to take a horizontal photo or a vertical one?  Here are some pointers to help you figure out which way is right. Don’t worry, it’s easy.

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Drop it like it’s hot sauce.

I Love Sriracha!

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Shutter Speed For Dummies

I was taking pictures of some dummies yesterday and it was the perfect time to use Shutter Priority on my camera.  Some of these dummies were moving really fast so I needed to use a fast shutter speed.  It was Mission Ridge’s Dummy Downhill!

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