You can follow my work on Instagram Sheila Guevin Photographer @swguevin.
Or you can join us for live meetups and instructional shoots (on Facebook) with the group 'The Photo Society MD/DC/VA". The Photo Society embraces the photography journey through experimental shooting and learning through our mistakes. We like the push the envelope on conventional photo techniques.
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!
May 15, 2018
Hanami is the art of slowing down to enjoy the flowers. It is a celebration noted for its connection to Cherry Blossoms or Sakura. Here in DC, the Cherry Blossoms arrive...Read the Full Post »
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...Read the Full Post »
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...Read the Full Post »
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...Read the Full Post »
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...Read the Full Post »
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