Sunday, January 13, 2008

Levi at Six

I decided to create a site to hold my favorite pictures. (Must not have anything better to do.) Head on over if you are interested in taking a peek.


Donna Boucher said...

Giant leap in quality in this series :o)

Anonymous said...

You're pictures are good enought to sell. Have you ever looked into it?

Heidi said...

Thanks, Donna! You are such an encourager. :) And an inspiration! I've enjoyed following *your* photography journey this past year.

Homeschooljourney~ Thank you! I have toyed with the idea of doing photography as a side business. Right now it would be hard to work a business around my little people, but I'll keep practicing and figure out more editing techniques so it will be a more realistic possibility in the near future! Thanks for the encouragement.

Wendy said...

Beautiful pictures!
What kind of camera do you use? I'm new to photography and just bought a Canon EOS Rebel GII film camera to practice on. Do you recommend any lenses?


Crissy said...

Beautiful work, Heidi!

Heidi said...

Wendy~ Thank you! I'm pretty new to photography, myself. :) I use a Nikon D50. The only lense I've been using is an AF Nikkor 28-80mm, but I'd like to try some others. I wish I was really smart and could point you in the right direction, but...

Crissy~ Thanks! That means a lot coming from you! :) *Your* work is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

It seems they make an adapter to match Nikon lenses to Canon bodies, but unless someone wants to spend time investigating what lenses work, and which ones don't, the best thing is to purchase Canon Lenses for your camera.

Here is a review of lenses for the new photographer that people might find useful:

He has other reviews as well that would be worthwile to read:
He also links to another of his sites, where a more detailed review is given, including the specifications, for the lenses his readers like.

- Russ

Anonymous said...

Sorry the links were too long..
You will have to type it in manually, or copy and past the multiple parts into the address line.