The New Manual DSLR Project

Hi, and welcome to my blog. The Manual DSLR Project was started March 30, 2010 with the intent of devoting one year to learning how to use my Nikon D300 in manual mode. I invited you to join me as I took this journey. You celebrated with me as my fingers began to remember which wheel adjusts the shutter speed and which controls the aperture settings. I was brutally honest in sharing my mistakes.

A year passed quickly...and I achieved my goal of demystifying the manual operation of my camera.

While the Manual DSLR Project was intended to be bound by time (one year), I am eager to keep the conversation going. So look for additional posts on anything related to photography. And interact. Let me know if you are reading the blog and find it useful.

All the best...

Monday, January 3, 2011

Top Ten Photos of 2010 - Didn't Make The Cut - Buildings

As we enter the new year I am reviewing some of my favorite pics from 2010. My plan was to select my top ten. However, I found that narrowing to ten was more difficult than I had anticipated. My ten favorites are still coming, but here are a few that didn't make the cut. In fact, they didn't make the top twenty...but I still like them. I hope you do too.

Check out the captions to learn the story behind each. I hope you enjoy! Look for more to come later in the week.

All the best...MK

This is an old schoolhouse in rural Oregon (or perhaps Washington). We were driving from Oregon to Washington when we drove by it.

This is the Steiner Building in Birmingham Alabama. We had just left the Amtrak Station in Birmingham when we stopped at a red light and I took this out the open window.

This is an old church that we stopped to photograph during our October trip to Washington and Oregon. As we drove around to the back to park I found that sunlight was shining through the back window, providing an interesting glow.
This is an old house in downtown Louisville Kentucky. I took this as we were driving by.

This is a barn located at Sequoyah Caverns in Hammondville Alabama. I took this at a church picnic this summer.

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