Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you so much for all of the comments
on my very first video tutorial :)
I am so glad everyone enjoyed it,
it was really fun to make and I will definitely
make more videos for you in the future.
I received many emails with a variety of questions
about my work & blog so I decided to make
a little series of F.A.Q. posts to try and answer all of them.

F.A.Q.#1
What camera do you use
to take all the photos you post on your blog?
For the first two years of my blog I used a
4 megapixels Fuji FinePix S3100.
I recently gave the Fuji to my youngest son
and bought myself
a 10 megapixels Canon PowerShot SX10IS.
I edit (crop, resize, brightness, etc...) my photos with
PhotoShop Elements.

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18 Lovely Comments:

Anonymous Kim said...

I just discovered your lovely blog! It is amazing how far you have progressed since you first started! You have inspired me to start drawing or painting something every day--even if it's just for a few minutes!

5/05/2009 1:23 PM  
Blogger Veda Murthy said...

thanks for the lovely info geninne! we all look forward to your posting everyday....:-)

regards,
Veda

5/05/2009 8:05 PM  
Blogger Moose said...

Excellent choice!

5/06/2009 5:50 AM  
Blogger Meninheira said...

Geninne, cómo se llama la fuente que has utilizado para este gráfico de la primera FAQ? me encanta! me gustaría utilizarla, si pudieras decirme cual es te lo agradecería.

Un besito desde España :)

5/06/2009 6:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much Geninne,
Chiara

5/06/2009 8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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5/06/2009 8:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this info, I love to hear about the tools people use to make their art. And the video tutorial was fascinating.

Sharon

5/06/2009 8:47 AM  
OpenID hellosweetworld said...

Thanks for sharing. I'm always curious, as a photographer, what other people use for their photographs!

5/06/2009 11:43 AM  
Blogger Abstractheart said...

Thanks for sharing Geninne! My daughter let me borrow her10 megapixels Canon PowerShot SX10IS and now I really want one too. Can't wait to see pictures of your puppy!

5/06/2009 3:54 PM  
Blogger TrippleJN said...

:) We did the same thing when we got our really nice camera...our daughter now uses the little camera. Some of our funniest and most interesting shots come from her.
Lots of close-ups; her feet, our chickens, the cat...every cookie or cupcake she ever ate.

5/07/2009 6:48 AM  
Blogger mayaluna said...

Thanks for always sharing, Geninne! Your generosity is as beautiful as the art you create! I loved you video so much! You've opened up my eyes in so many ways and I'm so grateful!

5/07/2009 9:09 PM  
Blogger Graça Paz e Francisco Pereira da Costa said...

Eu tive uma figi ,mas acho a Cannon muito melhor!!um beijo para o Mexico!!

5/09/2009 4:44 AM  
Blogger Olivia Jean said...

Nikon D40 is my camera of choice :)

Great blog!


(Voce fala Portuguese? Eu tambem falo!)

5/15/2009 11:44 AM  
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will you be reinstalling your son's paper diorama website? I wanted to show it to my students and am sad it's not available any more.

2/09/2010 7:05 AM  
Blogger jimsinn said...

I see from your Etsy store that you print your pieces on an Epson R1800. How do you digitize your watercolors and collages? Scanner? Camera? Your prints are so finally detailed.

Love to hear in and FAQ.

Thanks
Alice

2/15/2010 12:47 PM  
Anonymous Chrissie said...

I'm curious about the above question as well! Did you use a scanner?

4/11/2010 12:48 AM  
Blogger Nanu dutta said...

see, i'm a kid. i am sure my mom won't allow all that professional stuff for making stamps . can you tell me a easier way not involving these tools ?????

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