Author Archives: Plumb Pixel Photography

About Plumb Pixel Photography

Hi, I’m Terri Johnson and I own Plumb Pixel Photography. I have a background in landscape photography, and I’ve spent the past few years working as a Photographer for a local Real Estate Agent. My dream has always been to be a Photographer, and in in early 2015 I began Plumb Pixel Photography. My emphasis is in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Photography. It’s hard to say what sparked my love of photography. It could have been the toy camera I had as a child, or growing up around avid photographers. Either way, what started out as an idea soon turned into my dream profession. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have, or to discuss setting up an appointment.

Friday Focus: What I’ve Learned

Hello! I’m always curious to know what friends, family, and fellow Photographers have learned. Maybe it’s a technical tip in photography, or maybe it’s a diy tip for my next project. As many people reading this know, I moved from … Continue reading

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Friday Focus: Camera Bag Necessities

Hello! This is a topic I should have written about years ago! I realized I never mentioned the necessities that live in my camera bag. They’re not fun or exciting gadgets, but I’m never without them on a shoot. Regardless … Continue reading

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Friday Focus: Changes

Hello! Keeping with the strategy of a photography blog that isn’t always about photography, this week is no different. In looking for projects around the house, because that’s what we’re all doing, I found a whopper. The backyard. Yikes! I … Continue reading

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Friday Focus: Backdrops

Hello! Last week I touched on a few adjustments you can make in order to allow this sudden work from home, thing, to go a bit smoother. Now that you have a few ideas, let’s talk backdrop. For those of … Continue reading

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Friday Focus: Home Office

Hello!   A lot of us are now working from home, which can be challenging. Today I thought I’d talk about a few ideas to make it a bit easier since not everyone (myself included) has a dedicated office space … Continue reading

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Friday Focus: Texture

Hello!   Needing a new photography project isn’t new, but there are challenges at the moment. I thought about things I hadn’t tackled and found one. Photos showcasing texture have always interested me, but I’ve never made the time to … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Friday Focus!

Hello again!   For those of you who follow (err… followed) my blog, thanks for sticking with me! It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted, and about time I did so again. Today isn’t about a tip or instruction. … Continue reading

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Rule of Thirds

In my last post, I talked about the importance of framing your photos to draw your attention in. Today I’ll address one of the most recognizable photography rules, the Rule of Thirds. While I’m more likely to bend (err… break) … Continue reading

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Frame Your Photos

No, I’m not referring to when you hang them on your wall. I’m talking about how you want your photo to look. I was at Kitsap Memorial State Park last July, and noticed the haze on the mountains across the water. … Continue reading

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Aperture, ISO, and Shutter Speed… Oh My!

Now that you have a brief overview of Aperture, ISO, and Shutter Speed, let’s bring it all together. The first thing I do is either adjust the Aperture, or the Shutter Speed, depending on what my subject is. Once you … Continue reading

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