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Photography and Sketching

This category is about photography using the Canon EOS M and other cameras and sketching using iSketchNote and pen and paper of course.

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After reading my last blog post some of the professional  photographers amongst you must have had a smug grin on your face thinking this blog category is amateur hour and will make an entertaining read. Well I definitely hope it is entertaining and although I may be an amateur toady I am resolutely determined not to be tomorrow! One day I will have a respectful grin on my face when I read a beginner's photography blog.

Anyway, as you will see in this blog post, I'm making steady progress.

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Posted by on in Photography and Sketching

Hello, regular readers of my En Vacances blog category know that sometimes I use a Canon EOS 550D or more recently the Canon EOS M to take blog photographs.  The Canon EOS 550D is a better camera, but I tend to use the EOS M a lot more nowadays, due to its small and compact size. Although lets face it, irrespective of which camera I use the poverty of quality in my photographs is self evident. Most of my photographs are of the snapshot variety and are generally not outstanding.

Well this is all about to change, as I have decided to invest some time in the art of photography. I have been especially spurred on to do so, because some of my blog photographs of FPGA development boards are crap not very good, not to be too self critical. Hence, this blog post delivers the results of me knowing what the Canon EOS M's ISO setting are and how they are involved in remeding my less than flattering blog post photographs of FPGA development boards.

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