Photography 101

Photography 101- An Introduction

I have been seriously involved in photography for the last 35 years, and over those years I have learned a lot, and unfortunately I have forgotten a lot as well. Some of what I learned was through books and articles, some through trial and error, and some through the mentoring of others. And over the years, I have taught and mentored others, passing along the lessons that I have learned.

Recently, I decided to get these lessons out of my head and into written form to help me remember and practice what I have learned. And since I am going to be writing these down, I have decided to share them through my blog as well. Topics will range from my philosophy about photography to equipment and shooting techniques and everything in between.

Being a person with ADD, the format for this is going to be very simple, a series of short memos and notes that are intended to remind and instruct.

If you follow along through these writings, I hope that somewhere you will find something to help or inspire you in your own photographic journey.

Painted Pinks

Painted Pinks

All images and text © Ted Griffith 2014
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About tedgriffith

I'm a financial counselor/coach who loves photgraphy.
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2 Responses to Photography 101

  1. Debbie says:

    Looking forward to this, Ted. I would love to learn photography, but just figured it would be too hard for me . This will be a perfect chance to see! God bless!

  2. Yay! You knew I’d love this idea!!! 😀

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