Photography Friday: Introduction

Ever since the first time I gave someone camera advice over twitter, I’ve noticed a vast interest from friends all over the blogging world (and beyond!)in learning more about cameras, photography, and everything connected to it.

As many of you know, I sell electronics for a living. While I work with all kinds of electronics, cameras are a huge part of what I sell and what my company is known for.

When I started working at my current job, I knew little to nothing about photography. At that time, I thought I had a good camera because it was small and sleek and had a nifty touch screen. Obviously, over the last couple of years, I’ve learned some things on the job, and now I know better.

I am not an expert in photography, food or otherwise. I have a ton to learn about all aspects of photography. Luckily, I work in an atmosphere where I have people to ask and resources to utilize, and I am constantly learning.

And here’s where I share it all with you. Not as an expert teaching novices, but as a beginner, sharing my knowledge with fellow beginners. If you’re an expert photographer, you might not learn anything here. If you’ve been into photography for a bit, you still might find some of this too basic, but overall I hope to share some helpful information with you folks. I hope you’ll stick around for the ride!

Join me every Friday (I hope! Let’s see how hectic life gets…) for an installment of Photography Friday. Hopefully we’ll all learn something together.

Are you interested in this new series? Are there specific questions you’d like to see answered? Please let me know in the comments below!

Thanks for stopping by, and please let me know what you would like to learn! -Miriam

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  1. says

    This is great! I want to learn as much as you are willing to teacher. I am a beginner, maybe even a novice, so as much as you want to share will be immensely appreciated! Like all of your yummy food!

    Thanks, Stacey

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