I'm still learning. And a lot of that "learning" is based on simply not liking what I've got and wanting to find a way to fix what I've already done. It's difficult to tell during a shoot what's going on because my LCD screen isn't bright enough to tell what's going on in the shots. I usually can't tell until I get home and upload - which is far too late.
Then my facebook status ends up being something about being annoyed that I "blew out the sky". And my cousin asks me what in the world that means. :)
I have yet to learn how high of an aperture to use in shadow, in bright sunlight, and when to use a flash. How to preserve the blue sky without getting shadow on their faces, and still remember that composition and communication are important. Luckily these two are pretty easy to photograph. And pretty darn cooperative too.
Chin up. Lost your chin. Longer neck. Turn towards me. Turn away. Look over my shoulder.
Sit. Stand. Roll over. Good dog. Hehehe. J/k!