Blogging: The other side of the camera.

If you take all your photos via a timer with your camera mounted on a tri-pod you might not think twice about the other side of the lens however for people like myself who do rope in our boyfriends and significant others, the other side of the camera is just as important as the photos you see on this page.

It was interesting this weekend as we tried out new and alternative camera angles as to how each of us view photography differently.

For me, great photography  is about finding a clear focus often trying something unexpected, cutting each photo in a different and alternative angle but it has in the past created a conflict between myself and Josh because where as I know what I want from a photo its much harder for me to explain and replay this to Josh. Not because he doesn’t do excellent things with a camera in his hands but that we each have our own way of looking at things.

This made me think about how in blogging there is always more than what you finally see post photo cuts and so instead of a full on post today I just wanted to say a quick thanks to my number one photographer, Josh.

He puts up with my wacky ideas, takes photos on an almost weekly basis and even suffers with strangers stares!

So thanks Josh for trying to see what I do and for becoming an awesome photographer!

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8 thoughts on “Blogging: The other side of the camera.

  1. flannelandflex says:

    Great post! I’m new at fashion blogging, but I’m beginning to see what you mean by the “stranger stares” that you get when taking photos in public! It’s nice that you have someone to help you out 🙂

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