If you love animals, flowers, and landscapes come check out my gallery! I practice photography as a hobby, it's nothing professional but I sure do appreciate all the very lovely comments I get! Thanks for looking!
Use of my photos-
All of my flower photos and OLDER animal photos are available for use as stock photography.
All photos labeled
you may NOT use, unless you have my permission.
Please give me credit in some fashion if you choose to use any of my photos, whether it's stock or permission-requested. I am almost always OK with using my photos as a reference as long as I get full credit.
Most of my photos will look better in FULL-VIEW so be sure to click on them!
Thank you and enjoy! I truly appreciate all deviants who watch my page, add to their favorites, or leave comments, it means so much to me!
Photography is a passion of mine and someday I hope to have all pro lenses. Right now, I do the best I can with what I have. I have learned a LOT over the years, and my skills have vastly improved. However, much improvement is still needed. Regardless, I hope you enjoy my gallery, and I give a lot of heartfelt thanks to everyone on deviantart who supports me with comments and/or favorites.
The deviantart community is awesome!
About that girl in the photo:
Hi there! Call me Ami online.
I have Fibromyalgia, and sometimes life is VERY challenging.
I love God, believe in Him, and consider myself a Christian.
I love all of God's creatures.
Well OK...maybe not mosquitoes.
Current tools of the trade:
Camera: Canon Rebel T6
Lenses used for the animals: Canon EF-S 55-250mm F4-5.6 IS STM; Tamron 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3 VC USD
Older photos: Canon 60D or 70D. Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD was used for a LOT of photos and it was a great lens. I recommend Tamron.
About my photography: I only use natural light and rarely use flash. I do not use Photoshop and only do minor editing with either Windows Photo Gallery or Photofiltre (highly recommended). My style is extremely challenging because of this but I feel it is the best way to learn. My biggest tip to other photographers would be to get out there and photograph everything. Look above you and below you. The more you look around, the more wonders you will see.
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