Second Photo Published

I can happily share the news that I had a second photo of mine published in a magazine. It’s in Issue 26 of the Photography for Beginners magazine, page 8. And the title would be ‘Young Swan’… (they’ve changed it in the magazine to Your Swan).

Young Swan

Young Swan

2nd Photo Published

There it is with some specifications on the exposure used.

And with this news I would also like to tell all my readers/followers that I am going to have a little break now from posting on here. I have decided for a career change; I am now studying to become a teaching assistant and in parallel with that also to gain a qualification in teaching English as a foreign language. I have decided on this because I believe going into education is something that suits very well women who are also mothers, who have a family to look after. This said, I am not abandoning my passion for photography/food photography, I am just taking this time to sit back a bit and gather knowledge, new material, to grow by not neglecting anything that is important in my life… I will still be around, posting here and then, just less often then I used to. Also, I bought this book on food photography & food styling by the amazing Helene Dujardin, promoter of natural light photography, which I’ve started reading and I find greatly inspirational… So, I’ll be back -hopefully with improved photography skills.

All the best to everyone!

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Transylvanian Tales: Kings and Queens

In Transylvania, a lot of people grow their own pultry: chicken, geese, ducks, turkeys. Here’s a fine example of a rooster and its ‘first’ hen.

King of the Henyard (lomo effect)

King of the Henyard

The Hen (lomo effect)

Queen of the Henyard