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Amys Photos

Here is a collection of my images.

About the Author

Amy is an multi-award winning photographer from Australia. She teaches enthusiast photographers how to take beautiful, professional photos in easy, plain English. She has a monthly photography emagazine and ebooks to help you create stunning images every time. DigitalPhotographySuccess.com

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  1. Julia says:

    Amy, these are stunning! What camera did you use for them?

  2. John Andrews says:

    Stunning photos Amy, I can see why you are a photography teacher!

  3. Cassie Jones says:

    Amy, did you use the new canon lens for these photos? I hope to be as good one day. Thanks for your inspiring shots.

  4. Teresa says:

    beautiful!!

    Teresa

  5. Juni says:

    ami, i want to take photos like thayt. you are so talented. how did you learn to be a photographer?

    • Thanks for your kind words Juni. You too can take clear and sharp photos, just go to my site and see how to do it. I am self taught, it took me a while to learn, but you don’t have to take as long as me, because I’ve written books about it.

  6. I love your photos. So glad I ordered your books & info. Its all so interesting and helpful! Thankyou so much!

  7. Connie Stapleton says:

    I am having issues getting the shallow DOF I have have been trying to get. I am unsure what I am doing wrong. I have a Nikon D90 and my lense is 35 mm to 105mm with f3.5 to 5.5. I am unsure if I am not close enough to my subject or what. I have tried it both near and farther and still cannot get the background blur I want. Please help!!

    • Hi Connie,

      Thanks for your message. Are you aiming to get a really close depth of field? If so you might need a different lens. A maximum aperture os F3.5 might not be enough. Are you able to try a lens that has a max ap of 1.2 or 1.8? Sometimes you need to go really, really wide to get a very, very shallow DOF.

      Try that and let me know how you go.

      Best wishes,
      Amy

  8. Ben says:

    Thanks for some great info Amy. It has already improved my photography a lot. :)

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