Adventures of a wanna be photographer… here we go!

Let me get to the point, I love taking photographs, I just don’t know if I’m good at it yet. I started about 10 years ago when my parents bought me a Canon EOS Rebel G. It was beautiful, and I wasted a lot of film, but as soon as I got them developed, I knew this was something I was going to do the rest of my life. My husband got me a Canon EOS 60D for Christmas. Two EOS 60D books and two instructional DVDs later, I won’t lie by saying I’m not feeling overwhelmed, but it has become an obsession of mine to make every picture I take absolutely perfect. So, here I go, don’t really know what I’m doing. 


These are one of my favorites taken here in my hometown of Oregon. Enjoy!


These were Taken in Cottage Grove, Oregon with my Canon (Frank as I like to call him) EOS 60D EFS 18-135mm on the lens I attached a Tiffen Digital HT Multi Coated Filter. I am still a beginner, so all the little details to these photos I don’t really know yet. 


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14 comments

      1. I have been doing this just a few months and have figured out that any way is the right way. Good luck to you & I look forward to reading & seeing more.

      2. Thank you so much! Yes, I still have a lot more to learn, but I know it will be easier if I just do my own thing and make it my own 🙂 I’m excited about seeing your photos too! Thank you for the support!

  1. I have Nikon D90 but have recently shot my son’s Canon & am longing for the 60D that you have. It’s a nice, solid camera that feels good in the hand and produces sharp images.

  2. These pics are breathtaking!! So beautiful! Makes me want to move to Oregon!! I love the first one with the clouds and the sun!!!

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