It is so much fun to be a part of photo sharing contests hosted at various blogs that I find it difficult to choose between those awesome blogs. I cannot possibly participate in all of the contests but I am loving what I accomplished with PADE (Photo a Day experiment) this July. It is going to be difficult to say goodbye but I’m excited about the next chapter in my life as a blogger.
PADE is one of the best decisions I have taken in a long time besides starting my blog. I was so worried about executing it and I am so thankful to Sfurti for hosting PADE with me. Three cheers to PADE (me and Sfurti) and the skills we’ve picked up in this last one month. I sure have learnt a lot more than controlling shutterspeed and aperture!
Thank you to all the PADE participants for making this small initiative a success.
Please take some time to write some feedback/experince in PADE with us. You can include:
- Your favorite theme from PADE.
- Your favorite post by both of the hosts – Ritu and Sfurti.
- Your experience of participating in PADE and how did it benefit you?
- Why did you decide to participate in PADE?
- What would you take away from this experience?
You can answer these in your post for PADE theme – 30 Water or PADE Theme 31 – Night.
We’d really appreciate it!
Just yesterday my husband was teasing me about my photography skills calling me a pro! Somehow we started ranking ourselves and each other (like we always do). He asked me what I thought of my skill level on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the highest), I said 2.5. And I gave him 4.5. He didn’t judge my photography skills but gave a 9.5 on 10 for trying! He’s super sweet (at times!).
On to my photography adventures:
Increasing the Shutter Speed
Photo perspective – I captured these shots using my DSLR Nikon D7100. I wish I had lowered the shutter speed more for the first click and increased it for the second one but I checked the images after coming home yesterday and I couldn’t correct my mistake 🙁 I learnt though.
Failure is a tough master!
“The cure for anything is salt water – tears, sweat, or the sea.” ~ Isak Dinesen, Seven Gothic Tales
I can’t wait to see what all of you come up with. Check out my PADE page for everything related to PADE. Visit the entries of other PADE participants and support one another!
Stay tuned for the Shutterbug of PADE Day 29 – Vacation!
How to Participate
1. In a post meant for this challenge, post an image (new or old) that showcases “Water”.
2. Name the post ”PADE Day 30 – Water”.
3. Include a link to this post in your blogpost and enter the link in the inlinkz tool below (open till 31st July)
4. The theme for tomorrow is “Night”