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Ever had the experience where you want to rip your camera apart when you have a blurry picture of your active child? Ever wonder why your subjects sometimes look jaundice? And what the heck is RAW? There is so much to know about photography in order to get the images you want, even if you're a casual shooter taking snapshots of your family and friends, and unfortunately, there's also a lack of simple, easy to understand, and most importantly, FREE resources out there. If you'd like some answers to these, and many more questions, check out my other blog, Photography Unraveled. My goal with this blog is to use my experience from working in a camera store and shooting pictures (some as a hobby, some as a business) to help everyone from the "Soccer Mom" to the "Hobbyist" get the images they've always wanted. Check it out!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

A Utah Fall

Here in Utah, Fall came and went fast this year. When the leaves were just starting to change in the higher elevations, it got really cold and along with that came 8 inches of snow. The snow wiped out the Fall colors in the high mountains. It was another week or two before the colors in the lower elevations started to change, and there's still some lingering Fall beauty, but the peak has passed. Usually it's quite nice because you can shoot pictures in the high elevation the first week or two, and still have a couple of weeks in the lower elevations to shoot once the higher stuff has passed it's prime. We weren't so lucky this year. Here are a few Fall shots that I was able to get with what little Fall we had.

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