Hello! Soon I’ll be relaunching this blog at baileylynndphotography.com! On that website I will be able to provide more content including:
Photo gallery of some of my favorite photos
A faster way to contact me and book a photo session; and
more blog posts!
I am looking forwards to starting this new blog and website and hope that you enjoy it as well! In the meantime, continue to keep up with what I’m doing through my Facebook account and my Instagram for some new photos and behind the scenes peeks!
I will try and keep this post updated about when the blog has been launched.
One of my favorite things in the world is discovering new photographers! It’s always really nice to see new work and styles of photography and be able to establish a connection with someone in your niche or into photography in general! So, without further adieu:
Hello everyone! Happy Wednesday! I’m excited to share the first post of my weekly feature of a blogger and a photographer! For those of you who don’t follow me and didn’t see my post, I decided that every week I am going to feature one blogger and one photographer on my blog, as well on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
As a photographer, finding a location that you and your clients will love is extremely important. Since I started my photography journey, there has been one location in the heart of the Town of Essex that I come back to every time.
As a photographer or someone who is looking into getting into photography, you’ve probably asked yourself, “what is the best camera for me?” or “what is the best camera for beginners?”. There are so many different cameras out there that it can be hard to decide what you want, and maybe you feel that you can’t start your photography journey until you have the proper camera.
Happy Thursday! Today I wanted to talk about three very important things when it comes to taking an amazing photo. Your ISO (International Organization of Standardization) which is your camera’s sensitivity to light, your aperture which is how much light is allowed through the lens of the camera and your shutter speed is the amount of time your camera takes to snap a photo. This is referred to as the exposure triangle. Understanding these three settings on the camera is crucial.