I've had a number of comments lately indicating that you wish you were a better photographer and it got me thinking...
Would there be any interest if I wrote a few posts about the technical aspects of photography for thick-numbsculls-like-me-who-have-a-really-hard-time-understanding-all-the-technical-camera-mumbo-jumbo?
Corey over at Living and Loving Every Minute of It has already written some fabulous photography tutorials that you should check out here, but I was thinking of trying to teach you some technical stuff like how shutter speed and aperture work and what different lenses do, from the perspective of someone who has had a hard time understanding it all. (Sorry if you were already heading there Corey! Should we tag-team it?)
My fear of the technical aspects of photography (and some other family issues that we won't get into) has prevented me in the past from achieving better photos, but it's finally started sinking in and my photos are getting better. I thought maybe some of you might enjoy some instruction coming from a dumb-dumb like me.
Let me know if this might be useful to you. Or maybe you're not that impressed with my photos and think I'm arrogant. I don't know. Leave a comment. Don't flatter me. Be honest.