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You can follow my work on Instagram Sheila Guevin Photographer @swguevin.

 

Or you can  join us for live meetups and instructional shoots through meetup.com with the group 'The Photo Society for Epic Fails". Epic Fails embraces the photography journey through experimental shooting and learning through our mistakes. We like the push the envelope on conventional photo techniques.

 

You can follow me on Facebook on pages for "The Insight Project", "Sheila White Guevin Photographer" or "The Photo Society for Epic Fails".

 

In addition to being a fine art and avant garde portrait photographer, I am a photography instructor at Anne Arundel Community College in their extended learning department. 

 

My blog is both instructional and an opportunity for you to join me on my journey as a photographer. 

 

Welcome and I look forward to hearing from you!

 

SWG

 

 

 

Behind Door Number One

December 04, 2017
This was photographed using a 24-70mm lens at F4. By putting the focus on the light on the handrail, it creates a photograph that draws the viewer into the frame and towa...
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Story Telling in a Photograph

December 04, 2017
One of my favorite composition techniques is to tell the story in a reflective surface. Reflections give a distorted view of the scene often making me and the viewer l...
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Zoom Burst

December 03, 2017
The first question intermediate and advanced photographers ask when viewing a photograph like this is "What is the EXIF?" This is the information about the camera setting...
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Light and Bright

December 02, 2017
The emotional impact of a photograph can be found in many of the elements such as composition, placement of the subject(s), lighting, use of negative space, shadows, and...
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Carol of the Balls

December 01, 2017
We often find ourselves drawn to simple compositions with repetitive elements. It is the appeal of a zen garden full of stones, raked patterns in sand, or snow falling fr...
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