Never Stop Practicing

No photographer ever reaches a point where they no longer need to practice. Learning doesn’t end with understanding settings. Things start to get stale if you don’t shoot often to keep your creative vision fresh. I’ve learned this firsthand by not making time to just shut up and shoot!

It’s hard to make time every day when I work four ten-hour days at a desk job. Fitting even just 15 minutes in for shooting on those days may not sound like much, but there are only so many options at home. It gets boring shooting the same thing no matter how many different ways there are to shoot them. So planning and a little traveling is necessary. I ended up at an ecological park on Thursday, and here are some shots I came away with.

Not super exciting, and nothing I would really consider printing for my wall, but something nonetheless!

All shot with my Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens (poor-man’s Canon 24-70) at f/4.0. 🙂

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Sheila Karner is no ordinary Denver portrait photographer. Each portrait session is treated with care and creativity uncommon with other Denver photography studios. Your photography session is designed to offer you unique photographs in the Denver, Colorado area.

Sheila Karner Photography offers portraits such as high school senior photography and family portraits primarily in the Denver metro and surrounding areas in Colorado. Email for more information.

Located in the southeast Denver metro area, Sheila Karner is sure to meet your photography needs!

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Sheila

I'm a photographer who specializes in portraits and small weddings. My style offers timeless, fresh, and contemporary photos that your future generations will cherish.

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