A Little about Me


Hello! I am Sydney Hannah, a high school student in the Midwestern United States. I have always loved the power of a picture and it’s effect of freezing an instant from the clutches of time, but just recently I’ve been enjoying taking the pictures myself. My mom introduced me to the art of taking photos, because she uses photos of our family and life in her own creative outlet – digital scrapbooking. I use a Nikon D3300 that was originally my mom’s, though she has let me use it for my growing photography passion. I have been wanting to create a blog for years, but never had a focused topic. Finally, I have a clear direction of where I would like to take a blog. When a teacher at school gave us an assignment to do a project where we grow in some way, I knew I wanted to document my progress with photography as I continue to develop new skills.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. Please help me grow by giving me feedback, both positive and negative. I hope that I inspire you to put yourself out there and find something you’re passionate about!

Best wishes, Sydney Hannah.

 

One thought on “A Little about Me

  1. I love seeing you get interested in photography. Are you using a macro lens for the close-ups of the flowers. I loved your idea of making each picture special. You are thinking like a photographer. I am impressed with your desire to have feedback good and bad. Experience is the sum total of our errors not our successes. We only learn by doing and improving on our last project. I have not seen the dog pictures yet. I will comment on them next

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