SFU: Photography with Sears #grillingishappiness #SoFabU

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I have exciting news to share with you.  I’m taking an online photography class through Social Fabric U sponsored by Sears Grilling.  I’m sure that it’s making you as excited as I am, cause lets face it food photos really do make or break a blog post.  Not all of my food photos are so great.  They’re definitely hit or miss.

For the next six weeks, I’ll be learning how to take better photos.  Which is great because even though I love my Sony cyber shot I don’t really know how to use it.  I bought it because it had all these features that were meant to help me take better photos.  For example, Monday I was at the Shedd Aquarium when I was flabbergasted to learn it had an aquarium setting.  It did make my sister’s fish photos better.  See the examples:  the first photo without the aquarium setting you can see a reflection in the aquarium glass, in the second photo you just see the gorgeous jellyfish inside the aquarium with no awkward reflection.  Neither photo as been edited in anyway.
JellyfishReflective Snake

In this class I’m going to learn about photography which will include photo editing and hopefully photo composition along with other things.  If I’m lucky you will see some improvement in my photos as I progress through the course.




I am a member of the Collective Bias Social Fabric Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and Sears #CBias #GrillingIsHappiness.  All photos and opinions are my own.
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10 comments
Tiffany
Tiffany

Wow, that is such a huge difference! Sounds like me, I didn't know I had a fireworks setting lol...I'm so excited for the class; we're learning such great stuff!

Margaret
Margaret

Thanks for stopping by! I am so happy to be a part of this class. Good luck! P.S. I bookmarked your Strawberry Curd and Apple Cake recipes to try once the weather cools down :)

Pam
Pam

That is a huge difference. Can't wait to go through the class and see how we all improve!

Amy F
Amy F

I hadn't realized cameras had an aquarium setting. Cool! Will have to see if I have one.

Mallery
Mallery

That is a big difference. I can't wait to see us all progress!

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