Though I only shared 29 photos that I took during the October Photography Challenge, I took 619. Six hundred and nineteen photos! The best lesson I learned while participating in the challenge was that you need to take LOTS of pictures to end up with any good ones. I promised that I would share my favorite photography resources that I found during the challenge.. Enjoy!
If you’re still blaming your point-and-shoot for your blurry, blown-out, boring photos, check out Jenna’s tutorial “Taking Your Photos from Blah to BAM!” There are lots of things you can do to make your photos better now before buying a fancy DSLR. (Jenna also has some fantastic tutorials on more advanced settings and techniques.)
At a loss for what your DSLR’s settings mean and when to use them? Check out this DSLR camera simulator – you can adjust the settings on the “camera,” snap photos, and compare the results.
Want to start learning about your DSLR but feel completely overwhelmed by online tutorials? Read Kevin and Amanda’s “Quick Guide to Understanding your DSLR Camera.” It’s super informative without getting too technical.
Eager to learn more? Visit my photography board on Pinterest.
Hope you love these as much as I did! Do you have any photography resources to share? Post them in the comments!