As I’ve mentioned before, during each visit to GTC, I challenge myself to choose a different focus for my photography. One trip, I chose flowers. On another, seagulls. Another trip (ok, on many trips!) I’ve chosen sunsets.
This time around, I’ve been shooting panoramic shots, using the Panorama Shot Feature on my “new” camera. (I’ve had it for a couple of years now, but really still have yet to explore all the features.)
When I launched this blog, it was never my intention to shoot so many photos or feature my own photography. But, come on. When you’ve got subject matter like this, how can you not?
To be clear, I’ve never considered myself a photographer. But having shot more than 155,000 photos over five years, I’ve learned a thing or two.
If you’re a pro photographer, the following may seem really basic. But if, like me, you’re an enthusiastic amateur, here are some super-simple tips that cost nothing, take no time and will make a big difference in the quality of your photos.