The dream

Over the past year of blogging I have met several amazing photographers. Each day I watch as they post breath taking pictures. I wish I could follow one of them around for the day! Distance and busy lives are a barrier to this dream, so I think I might take a photography class! Thanks for inspiring me. circadianreflections.com  and cindyknoke.com

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One of my favorite barns in three different seasons

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      1. I understand! You just want a little direction. I found just fiddling with all of the buttons helps, a lot. I bought a new camera at Easter and it was kinda like starting all over again. I knew my old camera, inside and out. This one, not so much. Happy fiddling, Lynn. I am sure you will.have lots of fun learning 😊

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      2. I know that there are some free classes online too. I just typed in “free photography classes online” into Google. And I am sure there are a ton of videos to watch on you tube too. might help. good luck and have fun with it. 😊

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  1. Oh, wow, Lynz – these are so full of atmosphere – I can feel the emptiness of the landscape. Brilliantly captured. I follow Cindy’s blog and her photographs are outstanding and an absolute delight in looking at them. Virtual travel first class!

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  2. I adore barns , the older the better. Having been partly raised on a farm, they hold such fascination for me. I recall exploring their rafters, the smell of tobacco hanging in rows, Cotton in burlap bags stacked to the ceiling. These are so beautiful , thank you for sharing.

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  3. How fun to see in different seasons! I am a photography class drop out – thought it would help me, but I have more fun just playing and seeing what happens. Go for it though if you think you would enjoy! Do what you LOVE!!! 🙂

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  4. I think you make lovely images! You have a great eye for composition and “seeing”. Thank you so much for the awesome compliment!
    I learn best with workshops, hanging out with other photographers, lots of reading on my own, and trial and error rather than in a “classroom” with tests and speaking in front of the classroom. 🙂

    I hope you find a class with a teacher that teaches what you feel you need and I look forward to the amazing images you share in the future! xx

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    1. I should look for other photographers in this area, maybe that would be better. I learn best seeing and doing as well! Thanks for the idea! I will look for a workshop as well. I have lots of error in my trials haha so will take these suggestions and more cost effective! Thanks Deborah!

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      1. Ok I will! I feel kind of insecure Deborah about meeting up with people and not knowing what the heck is going on with my camera! But I will try! It think that really would be the best way. I have seen people taking pictures at my favorite spots many times and there are several people there. Thanks again

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      2. It may take joining a couple of Meet-Up groups to find the right click of people that you have fun with and are helpful, but I find in my groups there are enough Canon, and Nikon folks that you can always ask someone if for advise or help if you get stuck.

        You can always ping me with questions!

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  5. Lyn, this sounds like such a wonderful decision for you for several reasons. One, you are a great photographer already. Two, you can possibly use your own photography for your book. And third, this will be great to do something you enjoy to balance out the anxiety and depression. This is great Lyn!

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