Developing Your Eye

July 13, 2016

I keep trying to cross things off my 101 in 1001 list and developing photography skills is something I have been yearning to do for a while. I don’t have a fancy camera right at the moment, but rather a point-and-shoot from 2010, and my handy dandy iPhone, however, as I’ve been reading up on different cameras, I may have to look in to investing in a good camera. Any suggestions on types of cameras? (Preferrably on the cheaper end?)

So…in wake of some older cameras and maybe borrowing a family member’s nicer DSLR, I am going to try and “develop my eye”. The first prompt of WordPress’s series? Home. This is a topic I love and I know I have written about before. However, I feel that as I grow and become more comfortable in one environment, I branch out more, looking for new places. So for now, home has multiple meanings.

Home is the journey I take to school to teach everyday. It’s the classroom I have established myself in. Home is the place where I interact with friends and family. Home is the books I read when I am diving in to a new world. Home is the flight from here to Des Moines while visiting one of my favorite people. Home is Luther where I went to school for four years. Home is the laughter I hear bubbling up in the air whenever I am perfectly content.

Home is sitting on the end of a dock, praising God for what a wonderful thing life is. 

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Your Turn! What does Home mean to you?

Also! If you have a camera you’d recommend, I’d LOVE to hear about it!



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