Tuesday, 21 July 2009


Hi everyone, and happy Tuesday

Well the weather seems to have turned horrid, here on the eastern side of the UK. It's been raining, and it's much, much cooler than it has been over the past couple of weeks. I'm so glad we managed to have beautiful weather for the wedding just over a week ago.
Anyway, whilst the weather was nice I was experimenting with my new camera. I sill want to go on a course to be able to get the best from it, and learn to use it to it's full capacity, but I have taken a few shots that I'm quite proud of. So here they are:

Now the professionals amongst you will probably have a thing of two to say about these, but I myself are really quite proud of them. I am now interested in buying a macro lens (for detailed close-ups) and a zoom lens so I can take things a bit further. Whilst I don't intend to turn this in to a photography blog, I may grace you with a few shots from time to time, to let you see how I'm progressing.
The other thing is, that as I own the copyright to these photo's I'm thinking of ways I can develop them to fit in with the craft market. Maybe as backgrounds, toppers or fabrics...or maybe as canvases for home decor, who knows. If you have any ideas I would be interested to hear them.

Thanks for looking and happy crafting



Christine (Craftling) said...

Well, from an amateur's perspective, I think they're lovely! :o)

I got my first award today since I started blogging again, and I am choosing you to pass it on to. (See my blog.) You don't have to do anything with it if you don't want to.. I just wanted you to know I appreciate you and your lovely blog. *Mwaaah!*

Chris xx

chris said...

wow! wow! wow! Debbie these are great, I dont think you need to go for classes but if you do can an I come with you ? love Chris xx

Sharon said...

These are gorgeous photos Debbie. A really good camera and some lessons on how to use it are on my wish list.

Anonymous said...

Oh Debbie it's evident you have discovered a natural talent. I can't imagine improving these in anyway! The close up of the bee is amazing....take care...


crafty lou said...

Debbie,your photos are truly lovely and i can see a few scrapbook pages sweetie.Hugs,Lou.xx

cats whiskers said...

Hi Debbie they seem very professional to me sweetie, I am hopeless with the camera just point and click, what fabulous subjects you have used
Hugs Jacqui x
ps do not think you need classes sweetie

sam said...

These are lovely piccies hun. If you don't mind me asking, how do you go about copyrighting your photos or bits on blogs.
CHeers hun
Sam x

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