Hi. I am Lydia, happy owner of Eerie Silence. Here's a little about me.

I absolutely love God, life, music, food and the camera, but really the people that are involved in my life. This is my personal photo journal in which I want you to feel. With entries that are heart felt. The ones that draw more than just my memory back at a moment. My goal is to create an environment where this is possible.

For me there is something fulfilling about taking photographs and falling completely in love with it and the memories it creates. With that being said, photography is crazy important to me, and if for you too, then we're totally going to be a great fit!

AF-S VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED
Nikon 85mm f/1.4G AF
Nikon D750 w/ 24-120mm Lens

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 Nikon D750 DSLR + 24-120mm Lens
I still can't believe that I am blessed enough to own this amazing camera. It feels awesome to yet again cross something off my gear wishlist located on the left side of this blog. I've had the Nikon D90 since 2010. It was my first DSLR and I learned so much with it. I love it so much 'til this day. I even named it Onix. Before receiving the D90 as a gift I prepared myself reading a lot of blog entries, watching videos and even went as far as meeting photographers online with many years of experience and sending them questions via emails and comments all from the camera settings, tips, gear etc. I felt so fortunate to have stumbled across those people who were all much older than me and willingly blessed me with their knowledge. I had depression at the time, and I tried to start 365 projects and was never able to finish them. I think that's the kind of thing you can do when you have freedom, amazing places to go to, support and time. It's only one photo a day you might think but it really requires a lot and if done at the wrong time it could even become an issue rather than a fun project experience.

I had some beautiful and amazing times with my Nikon. Until I noticed something. I needed to back up very far if I were using some of my lenses, especially my prime lenses, to take a photo of something that wasn't necessarily huge but somewhat in the middle size. I mostly shoot indoors so this was becoming a struggle and I hate to not make my ideas happen. I have missed some photographs because of it. What is it I learned? I learned all about FX and DX formats. It all then became very clear to me I needed to change.

I remember liking the and setting my mind to get it one day. Ha ha but that is way over budget and I need to keep up with my saving for my daughter's future. But also, I couldn't throw so much money on a professional camera when I am still learning. I believe I can make something out of an more affordable equipment. I then discovered the Nikon D610 but the fascination didn't last very long until I found this amazing Nikon D750 which released in 2014! A full frame beauty. All that I need! I read that the D750 is somewhere between the D4 because of how amazing of a camera it is. The more I read about it the more I was convinced I wanted it. Some time and nice price reduction later now I own it and I got the kit which comes with 24-120mm lens expanding my photography gear some more.

I am so happy and I can't wait to get more familiarized with my very own Nikon D750! It feels like a dream. I am hoping as usual, to be able to take more photos. I am interested in personal portraits so I might give that a shot.

 And today while I was taking photos of my new camera my daughter Raiden, who's now 11 months, was laughing so much so I quickly stole a capture of her. Enjoy!

Note: All photos on this post were taken with my Nikon D90 and edited on a monitor different to where I usually edit older posts.

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