I hope that within the time that you’ve been following my blog, you’ve noticed how much I love photography. Whether it’s a photo of people, such as my sisters, or new items that I’ve received or bought. Although I have times when I’m just too busy with school, I really try my best to post high quality photos. In my eyes, there are 2 things that mainly influence the quality of a photo. The first thing is a great camera. I know that many people can take amazing photos even with the crappiest camera. However, I do see a difference when I photograph with my digital Sony or my dad’s Canon. Luckily, I’d saved enough money to buy my own. When I went to buy one, I’d planned to buy either a Canon EOS 550D or 600D, until I saw the 100D and simply fell in love with it. The amount of money that I’ve sent on my own camera is a lot more than I’d expected. Although I’m happier with it than I could ever imagine to be. The second thing that’s important for a breath-taking photo is technique. Mine is pretty average, I think. That’s why I’m trying to improve mine a lot, since I’ve got loads of spare time now. I really hope that you will see a difference by the end of this summer break. It’s very difficult to improve if I don’t get any feedback, so it would be lovely if you took one minute to simply write down what you like or dislike about my photos and my writing skills. Just comment below how you think I could improve my blog quality. Thank you for reading
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Veel foto’s nemen in Rome!
Komt helemaal goed! hihi x