In the past, my wife has:
a. listened to me as I banged on about the technology and aesthetics of photography; and
b. taken the line that she just took snaps - leaving the photography to me.
However, in the past few months, she's started using a Fuji X10, and is getting some very good results. She's applying what she knows started to pay attention to her own photography and apply what she knows. She's .
F'rinstance, she got this shot at Whitby Abbey in Yorkshire - which I conspicuously failed to capture:
|Birds and the moon over Whitby Abbey.|
And I like this one (of me) from our recent trip to Britain.
|Shane at Hampton Court|
Nice shots, huh?
Not just snaps, but well-composed photographs!
But it's not just my opinion. A few days back, she experienced that comment that each of us who make
photographs, rather than take
snaps eventually receive. A colleague commenting on her photography said
... you must have a really good camera
Yep! Linda's a photographer now!
Season's greetings, everyone.Shane