If you love taking photos…

Do you love taking photos?  You don’t need to be a pro, just a person with a camera and a zest for capturing the perfect shot.  I’m right there with you!

A few months ago, I met the owner of this great website, Photophique, for all things camera-related.  He invited me to write gear comparisons for his site.  Click on this link for an example of the kinds of things I do:

10 Best Canon Portrait Lenses on www.photophique.com

The upside is that I dig into not only what’s currently being lauded as the best by reviewers around the globe, but I also learn (or relearn) picture-taking techniques and how to maximize the cameras and lenses I own.  Consider it a refresher course in Photography 101.

There is a downside, though.  I want to buy something from almost every article I write!  (Talk about negative ROI!)  So far, I’ve controlled myself – BUT, and this is a biggie, I’m not sure I can maintain that discipline forever!

I love Canon equipment, so I primarily cover Canon products for the site.  However, I’ve been known to do assessments of the 10 (or more) best travel cameras and other topics looping in different manufacturers.  It’s been fun, and like so many freelance writing assignments, a fine way of learning while doing.

If you’re a camera lover, I suggest you check out the site and learn something new too!  And please comment back to me below with your “take” on photography!

About The Author

Yvonne Kohano

Award winner and storycatcher Yvonne Kohano writes contemporary romantic suspense in her Flynn's Crossing series. She is also working on a psychological thriller trilogy, and producing nonfiction books with tips for creative types. In addition to running an indie press, Yvonne loves to cook (dedicated foodie), garden (plantaholic), travel (anywhere), and read and learn (anything). She, her husband and their dogs love their home in the Pacific Northwest. Follow her at www.YvonneKohano.com and on Facebook and Twitter to learn what tickles her about being a writer.

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