Saturday, April 12, 2014

Blogging from A-Z • K

K is for KNACK or KNOW-HOW.....
This is also a Focus on Life post - and this week's prompt is "A Moment of Focus".

So my company is opening a new restaurant in a few weeks.  With that comes so many components it'll make your head spin...even the most seasoned restaurant professionals will agree!  A couple weeks ago we were talking about the kind of pictures we wanted on the web site and it was finally decided that we were going to go with 'cool shots that had an interesting focus with a blurry background'.  Then the big question came..."Amy, can you do that?"   Um....."I don't know...I'm not a professional photographer, but I"ll try!"

Of course, sitting there with all these web professionals who are like, "oh we know some great photographers we can put on the project", so I totally lost my confidence!! Do I have a KNACK for this!? Do I have the KNOW-HOW!!???

But I rummaged through my albums and found a couple of fun ones.


And then I was up at the farm and saw that all the raspberry bushes were starting to bud!

I don't know if I'll be the one responsible for getting the money shots for the new restaurant's website, but it is fun exploring what this camera can do!   And all these are great pics for this week's "A Moment of Focus" prompt!!

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14 comments:

  1. I really need to actually learn how to use my camera. I'm still using the automatic setting.

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  2. I love the closeup of the frogs, and I think you did great. I am still playing around with my camera, and finding I can do some really cool things, even though it is low end compared to some who have the DSLR cameras I am envious of. Those are just way out of my budget.

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  3. Great shots! I love hearing about your restaurant activities. I can't even imagine all the details. My grandparents owned a tavern when I was young and I have great memories of it but more are the memories of how hard they worked -- pretty much 24x7!

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  4. I love the rooster photo! Have a happy Saturday :)

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  5. I have not yet mastered the depth of field thing which frustrates me. Your photos are wonderful, especially the one of the raspberry bush blooming. I love hearing about your new restaurant.

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  6. Really like how you blurred the background of the photo of the raspberry bush. The bush really stands out.

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  7. Indeed, You are much farther along than i am! got to figure this camera puzzle out!

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  8. Great shots with depth of field and great moments too. You'll have to take another one of the raspberry bush when the berries are ready to pick!

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  9. Great depth of field Amy. After such a long cold winter the sight of spring buds is enticing.

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  10. Good shots! I've never managed to fully master that depth-of-field stuff.

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  11. I think that you have the knack and with more practice the know how so don't do as so many of us do and sell your self short. Happy picture snapping.
    Therese

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