“It must take great photos!”
Ive heard this so many times, haha as the saying goes if I had a quarter for everytime I heard that… I could buy a new camera 😉
Yes, the equipment matters – truthfully we all know comparing quality. But… its the artists eye in two key times that truly matters and shall we say, is the icing on the cake!
After visiting family the other day, my husband stopped at this beautiful river for me to quench my photographers thirst. While editing the images, I was reminded how important the two key times are in the process of capturing a moment that is transformed into a memory.
I can admit, more times that not I have commented on not being happy with the image when looking at the back of the camera. Truthfully a self-judgment piece that I am also working on, NOT being so judgmental of myself. Then I download the images into my computer and then magic of the process continues.
This is what I LOVE about digital photography, especially as a very visual person. I love being able to shoot until the card is literally full.
Check this out… BEFORE
and AFTER ❤
Another beauty of digital photography, the artist can truly create their image to match their vision by using technology, vs by hand. One of my reasons for purchasing this camera is because it is so lightweight with incredible photo results, its easier to grab and go to keep my creative side fed this winter, whether inside or out, when it is darker and more dreary. To still nourish this part of me that just feels so incredible full after capturing our loved ones over the holidays. This is truly what life is all about and I feel blessed that I was given this passion to share with the world!
Shot with my Canon RP 35mm RF f1.8 lens and edited in Lightroom.