Images of home

posted on 6th of november, 2012
Well, Iowa isn't really my home. I grew up in upstate New York and I miss the beautiful Adirondack Mountains. I used to feel that there was nothing to shoot out here in the Midwest, it all feels so flat and I do hope to get back to the mountains someday, either NYS or the Colorado Rockies.

But photography has given me new eyes and I have found some beauty here in the flatlands :-) I am sharing some images of my current home with you.

It just goes to show, there is beauty everywhere and if we look with the right eyes, we can find some good images.

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Posted by Chanevy on November 24, 2012
Thank you!
Posted by Lenutaidi on November 24, 2012
Beautiful images!
Posted by Cammeraydave on November 07, 2012
Nice Images !

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Used Canon 6D

posted on 8th of november, 2012
I was poking around on They have used 6D's at a significant discount. There is more information at

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They are advertised as like new and it is hard to see how they could have much use on them. I know some people have been anxious to get their hands on one and these are about $800 cheaper than new, so figured I would pass the info on.

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Posted by Chanevy on November 08, 2012
Hmmmm....not sure. The link from my FB page should be working, I tested it earlier. This is from a five star seller in Amazon. They list their email as for any questions.

The ad is for 6d. I even added it to my cart to check because I found it hard to believe. I am saving for a 5d though, not really looking for this model. If you do email and get an answer, would you mind reporting back?
Posted by Py2000 on November 08, 2012
The Amazon link doesn't seem to work. Also, 6D has not been released yet and how can there be used units? Or you meant 60D?

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Tip for shooting night images

posted on 16th of november, 2012
A photographer on another site recommended this method for shooting lit buildings at night.

Meter the interior lights of the building ahead of time. Go back around twilight and wait for that beautiful blue sky. Meter the sky. When the light reading for the sky=reading of the interior, take your shot. (On a tripod of course :-) )

I'm going to try that the next time I shoot buildings in the evening. Meanwhile, I will share my two latest uploads.

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Posted by Michelcleark on November 30, 2012
Very nice. I frequently face a problems in night time. Your tips are really helpful for me. white kitchen cabinets
Posted by Alexsleepy on November 21, 2012
Hey there! I wrote a blog on this topic aswell. You can find it here:

Posted by Egomezta on November 20, 2012
Great info, thanks for sharing...

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Big thanks and little thanks

posted on 27th of november, 2012
Big thanks: My daughter's apartment was in a complex that burned down on Thanksgiving Day and everyone got out alright. Because she worked late the night before, my granddaugther was at the babysitter's and did not have to experience the smoke and flame from inside the house. There were three families in the complex and nobody was hurt. Pictures of the fire are below.

Little thanks: These pictures put me over 50 on DT and I can now contribute to assignments.

Remember to give your family a little extra love every chance you get.

One thing I learned with this set of images is not only do flames move, but a building is also moving as it burns, so you...

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Posted by Chanevy on November 27, 2012
Thank you Clearvista and Egomezta. I did make sure she as OK and waited until she went to talk with some of the helpers on the scene before I started snapping away *lol*It is such a great blessing that everyone is OK.
Posted by Egomezta on November 27, 2012
Too bad for your daughter's apartment : ( . Great opportunity to get some images. Good luck.
Posted by Clearvista on November 27, 2012
I am very glad that that nobody was hurt. All the best to you all. :)

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Free marketing for your Christmas images and illustrations

posted on 30th of november, 2012
>I have decided that it would be a great idea to attract some BUYERS to my stock photo page. The best way to do this is to have some AWESOME stuff available there (via a link to DT)

So....put your Christmas collections together as a collection or lightbox and post a link on my Facebook page. Fun Photography

While you are there, check out the rest of the page and click LIKE if you want to stay up to date with the latest. I post an electic collection of favorite images and blogs, along with links to other resources. Yes, some of them are affiliate marketing links, but I do not post anything that I do not believe in.

I plan to advertise using the best thumbnail-so send me your very best, please. I will be setting up the ad this weekend,...

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Posted by Chanevy on December 02, 2012
And the winner is Carlos Santos? Congratulations on winning 5 free days of FB ads for your collection. Hope you see lots of sales!

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