Wednesday, April 23

into the light






4 comments:

Aran said...

so beautiful! seriously, if you ever come down to south florida, please let me know. i could really learn a thing or two from your artistic photography!

onesilentwinter said...

Aran I thank you for your kind words, but i need to let you know something " I think you already posses it" have you seen your blog!!!! My camera is a Nikon D70s.

Aran said...

Thanks Nadia but I really don't know how to use my camera. I just wait for good natural light and I point and shoot. I don't know how to use aperture and all that. Also, I checked out your camera online and it is quite pricey which makes me believe that it is very good. I use a Canon Rebel XT Digital. It's good for me now but I'm always curious to know if more expensive cameras are really that much better. I mean I know they are because they just are, but for someone like me that just points and shoots, do you think it's worth it? I want to know because I might want to buy a new camera! Indulge!

onesilentwinter said...

99 % of the time I do the exact same- although I hold my flash down alot, because I am not a fan of artificial light. I always thank my camera for pictures- I know very little about it. I have always owned Nikons, Because I saw one fall from 4 story stair case on a shoot in England..the guy ran down the stairs like it was his baby that had fallen picked it up dusted it off and continued the shoot!!!Nikon has made a model D50 and I hear it is wonderful-less expensive and great for point and shoot..To tell you the truth I often say it is luck-because I hardly ever play or manipulate my photographs except creating BW. I will show photographs that Dylan(8) and Elle(6) have taken they are just as good-and yes I trust them with the camera since they where 3 years old-teach them right away with a heavy camera-it is great to watch....Aran I hope this was helpful-I am always asking questions!