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  1. Melody says:

    great photos! I do the same when travelling!

  2. amiramelody says:

    great photos! I take pictures of small details like windows and doorways also!

    1. Thank you! I first got the idea of taking pictures of doors when I was in Ireland because I saw a really cool poster about the doors of Dublin.

      1. amiramelody says:

        I know exactly which one you are talking about! I loved the Georgian doors in Dublin!

  3. Sherrie says:

    I love your window (and door) pictures. They are not only lovely to look at but they capture the essence of a place. I do have a question that I hope you can help me with. I never have much luck taking pictures of a stained glass window inside a church. Are there any tips you can give me? I have a decent camera, but it is not high-end. Thanks!

    1. The problem capturing stained glass is that the place you are in is usually so dark. Flash will not help you in this case (and you usually can’t use flash in these places anyway). If you want to keep it simple, see if your camera has the ability to change the ISO. It should. If so, change the ISO to a high number. You may lose a little quality of the image, but you should be able to capture more of the light to avoid darkness and blurriness. What kind of camera do you have? I can try to help you figure out how to change the ISO if you need help. Good luck and keep practicing!

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