My favorite place to take photographs (Q&A) - Behind the Camera and Dreaming

My favorite place to take photographs (Q&A)

Monday, September 02, 2013

This summer I had the honor of being a part of the Top 25 Photographer Mom's on Circle of Moms. As a part of this process, they asked each blogger/photographer three questions for a short interview and just in case you didn't get to see those, I'm going to post my answers here throughout the month along with some examples! The photos below are from a recent shoot with my niece. 



Q. Where is your favorite place to take photographs?



A. This is tough because any place can be beautiful if it evokes emotion or has a special memory attached to it. Your timing, lighting, and ability to narrow in on the location's best aspects are what's key.

That being said, if I had to choose, we live in a lush historic neighborhood, with old homes, cracked sidewalks and great big trees. So, for me just stepping out and exploring a little can lead to some pretty sweet spots. My favorite right now, is just a little piece of sidewalk a few blocks from our house where the sunlight pours through the trees just before sunset, making a sparkling back drop!



Where is YOUR favorite place to take photographs?

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5 comments

  1. I really want to know how to make the background in your photograph blur easily because it never seems to work for me and I have tried to find it out. I probably sound a bit stupid but I really want to know!
    Alice xx
    missalicethecamel.blogspot.com

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    1. You want to use a lower number aperture - like f/1.8 on a 50mm

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    2. You want to use a lower number aperture - like f/1.8 on a 50mm

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  2. That first photo speaks volumes - absolutely beautiful!

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