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Tammy and I attended our first photography class together on Friday. We learned a lot, and this morning we took Delilah out for a photo shoot. Here’s what we learned about shutter speeds: As you can see, by taking these … Continue reading
Kansas City does Memorial Day Weekend the right way. This year, we celebrated in style. (And with Tammy in hand.) On Sunday night, we kicked off the holiday with… Celebration at the Station Fifty thousand Kansas-Citians came out for this … Continue reading
We got fancy in the kitchen this week, and it’s all thanks to The Scrumptious Pumpkin. When I revived our printer this weekend (a.k.a. turned it on and it worked this time…), I got really excited because it meant I … Continue reading
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We’re lucky to have a dog park less than two miles from our apartment. On nice weekend afternoons, you can often find us there with our two little girls…
I’d like to introduce you to a new contributing partner here at Sharing Closet Space. After much debate, B and I decided our family could use a new member. So, without further adieu, meet Tammy…
No, we did not get another puppy. Tammy is my brand-new Canon Rebel T3! Ever since photojournalism in high school, I’ve been drooling over the though of one day owning a digital SLR. However, being a broke high school/college student, that dream never became a reality… until TODAY! As a grown-up with a grown-up job, I finally found myself in the position where spending $$$ on a new toy didn’t seem totally irresponsible (just a little irresponsible). Plus, I went to Sam’s Club, where I got the body of the camera, 2 lenses, a camera bag, and a memory card all for the standard price of just the camera body.
So, here she is! Say good-bye to pictures of this quality…
And hello to pictures of this quality!
I’ve been playing all day, and having a blast.
I also bought a Groupon for a class at Freeland Photography in Lee’s Summit. I’ll be going June 8th to a 4-hour class, where I’ll learn about f-stops and shutter speeds, then go on a photo shoot with guidance from professional photographers. (The Groupon deal was awesome–$59 for what is usually a $450 class!!)