About me

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56 thoughts on “About me

  1. please tell me you are going to update this site often too!!!!!!!
    David in Maine USA

  2. Thank you for visiting and liking. Ireland is a perfect place for photography. I don’t edit my photos either – nature is beautiful enough as it is.

  3. Hi isabella. thanks for stopping by and great photos. definitely converted to a follower. great photos. hard to beat talent and passion .

    Look forward to your posts
    Slan
    Sinead

  4. Thank you for visiting my blog. Looking forward to seeing what you can do with these when you start processing. The camera has limitations that we, as photographers can work around to coax the best out of our images. It’s an exciting process.

  5. Thanks for going ‘Round the Bend to the gardens at the Bellagio in Vegas. I’m glad you like the photos. Looking forward to seeing more of yours. πŸ™‚

  6. Thak you so much for your comment ! I really like the photos you take, keep it up ! I love photography as well !
    I’m following your blog, of course!

  7. No “like” or “comments” on your posts? Or is it just me. I’m enjoying your work and appreciate when ever I see that you’ve stopped by my blog. Unlike a lot of the others before me who have commented here, I do manipulate a little with my images afterwards. My feeling is that, once you point that camera, you’re manipulating reality with lighting, aperture, F stop, lens, etc. so why not in post, too? Sometimes I do tend to go overboard, I guess, but I enjoy the process. I don’t have photoshop but have been playing around with a site called picmonkey. Loads of fun.

  8. Hi Isabela, love your photos, would also like to see a like button or comments. I manipulate some of my photos using the free program picasa 3 which you can down load for free. But do enjoy your photos.

    • Thank you for your comment! I’m not sure I understand what you mean about the like button/comments though? Apologies, I’m still a bit of a novice when it comes to WordPress πŸ˜›

  9. Love your wonderful images Isabela! Look forward to checking them all out! Thanks for dropping by my blog and for the follow!

  10. Thanks for taking a look at Daffodil’s Photo Blog and liking my post! I enjoyed looking at your photos, especially when I saw that you are in Ireland. My grandparents came from Ireland and I’ve visited there twice and loved it. It’s nice to see the everyday scenes and sights you’ve captured.

  11. Hi there,
    You have got a great collection here. I believe you are from Dublin, which makes us neighbors. I live in Bray πŸ™‚ If you want I can help you out with photoshop. Anyway, let me know what you think.

    • Hi, thank you! Yes, I believe so…small world! I have been debating whether or not to give Photoshop a try. Non-edited images are awesome, but it does seem to limit the possibilities somewhat.. πŸ˜•
      Love your blog by the way! πŸ™‚

      • don’t worry about photoshop then. Most importantly you should keep your own style, and do whatever you heart tells you πŸ˜‰ Thank you for liking my blog. Would you like to meet up one day and go for the photo walk somewhere in Dublin ??

      • Enjoy your holidays!!! Take as many photos as possible πŸ™‚ And yeah, let me know when you are back so we can go out and take some shots πŸ™‚

  12. Hi Isabela….really nice of you to ‘like’ my post……..
    p.s. I think Photoshop is a gift from the Gods….I’d rather have a point and shoot compact WITH photoshop, than a top of the range DSLR without it…..It is so incredibly liberating…..
    Treat yourself to a copy…you’ll never regret it!
    Thanks again…great to see you on my pages
    Stuart
    πŸ™‚

  13. Hi! Thanks for liking two of my posts. πŸ™‚ You take some pretty nice photography as well. Its my new hobby now! I love it!

    Did you know that your name Isabela means “easy to love?” Just thought you might like that. hehe.

    I think it’s great that you don’t edit your photos. They already are good even without the editing.
    ❀ Ana Bella

  14. Hey, Isabela, you must be the faster “liker” in the world. I think you “liked” my last entry within a nanosecond of its posting. πŸ™‚ When I first started blogging I discovered very quickly that there is a great, and often polarized, debate out there about whether or not to optimize images with software like PShop. I liked the above comments by your readers. I learned photography in the late 60’s, creating my images in a tray of developer. There was no debate back then because if you printed your own photos, you could not avoid manipulating the images. It was a natural progression for me to move into the digital world and anticipate the need for refining my photos with software. Cameras are not perfect and can’t really reproduce exactly what you see. Their fundamental limitation is not being able to simultaneously and correctly process shadows, midtones and highlights as our eyes can. This almost always leaves something to tweak in one or more of these regions. Programs like Photoshop, Picasa and others allow you to do this so your camera’s best estimate of what the scene looked like comes more into line with what you really saw.

    Don’t feel pressed to use software; as somebody said above, it’s just as important to develop your style. But if you decide to explore the possibilities, as you put it, begin with an inexpensive program or a free one and see what you think. Your commenters mentioned Picasa and Photoshop. Adobe also makes a relatively inexpensive version of PShop called Elements, and there are others, too, that won’t break your pocketbook. If you are on a Mac, then try iPhoto. it is extremely easy and gives satisfactory results. I use it myself because it is very quick and the results are reasonable satisfactory. If you are using a PC, I think Windows includes something like iPhoto and you could try that. They all work in similar ways, so if you begin with a less costly one, your learning will transfer if you decide you want to get more serious about it in the future. Photoshop is great but it is expensive and comes with a steep learning curve. If you decide to try it, then by all means take photobypawelp up on his offer of help. I am assuming you are shooting jpegs. Another thing to consider in the future is to shoot raw files if your camera allows it. But this will require you to do some postprocessing. Sorry for being long-winded, but I really like your enthusiasm about photography and wanted to weigh in.

    • Hi Dave! haha I guess so! Thank you so much for your comment, I’m still pretty new to photo editing, etc so any advice is much appreciated. I’m hoping to try photoshop sometime soon, I believe there is a trial version so I figure that could be a good place to start πŸ™‚

  15. Hi Isabela πŸ™‚ Thanks for passing by my blog, Here Come the Puglets! & thanks so much for the like. I look forward to browsing through your photographs πŸ˜‰

  16. Hi Isabela, thanks for taking a look at my blog. I have to agree with Dave (comment 35.) about post-processing. I have only recently started photography too, and learning to do the processing does take some time – but it is worth it, I feel. I use the Linux operating system on my computer and that has some really great free software, much of which can be used on Macs and the Windows system. Post on ‘Notes of peejoz’ if ever you want to know more – or just to chat about photography in general πŸ™‚
    Paul (peejoz)

  17. Good work. No photoshop yet? You can get free open source software “Gimp” which is equivalent to photoshop (www.gimp.org). Best.

  18. Hey – Good morning ! Why no post dear ? its needed now,long time passed .. πŸ˜€

  19. Hi Isabela, I’m not one to do these Award things, but there are some blog sites like yours I enjoy so much, I wanted to recognize you as others have recognized me. I know you’ve been recognized with awards, but I’m recognizing you again on my blog with the Reader Appreciation Award. Your site is definitely one of my favorites. You can view the award at http://rcnormanphoto.com/2012/06/07/thanks-for-blogger-awards. No need to follow the silly rules β€” it’s the recognition that’s important. I wish you sweet light and magical moments. β€” Rob

  20. Thanks for stopping by and liking my post. You have some nice shots on your site. I know there are multiple camps in photography about post processing or no processing and we all have to find our own happy medium. I have used multiple graphics programs with my photos and have learned that sometimes the simple changes such as cropping out distractions in the backgroiund can make a nice shot into a great image. The best thing you can do is to learn to see the world around you. The smallest little item like the center of a flower can be turned into a beautiful image if you can see it for what it can be and not just as the middle of a flower in a larger sea of plants. Keep learning and experimenting and you will continue to get better. Best wishes in your endeavors.

  21. Thank you for stopping by and liking my blog aphoristicpics and the photos contained therein. Normally, I like to get the pic straight off the card, but with some of the fine art, HDR photography and abstract pictures I make, software is necessary. Hope to see you back more and more. If you really get bored, you can see some of my other work at http://www.flickr.com/megookin

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