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Behind The Lens

As my daughter was saying goodbye to me on her first day of work, the morning light in our sun room was perfect for this shot.
It was an early Summer morning.
I really like to use natural light. And as many photographers know, natural light is seasonal. So this was shot was taken near an east facing window on an early, summer morning. That's important because the light that time of day is less harsh.
Fujifilm FinePix S5700, 1/50 sec, f/3.5 10.9mm. No additional equipment used
I wanted to capture the look of typical teenager from a different perspective - jeans, tee shirt and a cell phone.
Yes. I used Photoshop minimally to enhance the color.
In my camera bag
I always carry my Canon EOS Rebel and my ever trusty Fujifilm FinePix S1800 for macro shots.
My favorite photo genre is macro. With macro shots, I have found it necessary to take many shots often at different angles. Just two or three shots is never enough. Personally, I don't think it's possible to see the best shot on the camera. When it comes to macro shots, I see them best on the computer monitor or tablet screen. So when I have a lot of shots to choose from, I'm able to select the one shot that captures the details that the naked eye might miss.

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