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Ranch Pasta Salad (dressing = miracle whip, greek yogurt and ranch mix)

Ranch Pasta Salad - Best Food Cloud

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Are you familiar with exposure compensation? Do you wonder why you can’t just change your settings to adjust the exposure instead? Look no further! I’ll break it down Elizabeth Halford style: in plain English.

Engagement photo tip: To give your shots a sense of place, take pictures in a field growing a local crop (this Southern couple chose cotton; as a Michigander, I'd probably end up in a cherry orchard) | Photography credit: Chris Isham

Cotton fields make a great backdrop for photos

Cotton field photos - I've done these. Makes for beautiful pictures...

13 Things Your Camera Wishes You Knew

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Laid Off Mom: Photography 101. Seriously, this would have been nice when I got my camera, the cameras guide isn't very helpful.

family yearbooks... So the family pics aren't just stuck on the computer. This is a really cute idea.

Great tips for what to wear for your family photos.....NO all white, black or any color for that matter....so 90s.

Fabulous blog on the basic's of digital photography. Each post is a new lesson w/ an activity to do to make you learn your camera!! Perfect for Nikon or Canon owners.

How to take better pictures Blog reader Andrea wrote a post this week summarizing what she learned in a digital photography class. She kindly made her notes available right here. Anyone interested in product photography might find this DIY collapsible light box tutorial useful, compliments of Amy Kingman. I myself am not a stellar photographer, but as for my two cents, I got a new digital camera for Christmas this year. So far I love it. It's a Canon Digital Rebel XSi. (This picture is my ol...

Photoshop tutorials: Pop of color (I really love her style of "teaching." Made it really easy to follow her.)

Aperture is the opening in the camera that adjusts how much light you want to let in for your photo. The lower the aperture number, (ie: 1.8, 2, 3.5) the more blurred your background will be. (Or foreground if you want to focus on the background.) The higher the aperture number, (ie: 16, 22) the more everything will be in focus. It is good to remember that there is not just one way to take a well-lit photograph-- photography has equivalents. This means that you can have a dark room with an apert

What to wear to family photos - tons of ideas - I'm tucking these away for the future!

Wedding inspiration