My name is Julian Robinson, and I go to BEHS for school, and I'm a freshie. Actually not a terrible year of schooling. Much better than 8th grade, I can tell you that. But, despite all of this school stuff, I have definitely improved my photo-taking skills since last year. I finally got a new Nikon D5200, and got to rent and test out some new lenses. But I haven't acquired any new ones yet. As you can see from the photo above, I like, no LOVE nature photography. It is by far the funnest and one of the most challenging. By most challenging I mean, it is really hard to get a nicely focused waterfall shot at 1 second exposure without a tripod. Anyways, I made a blog where I posted photos with my Nikon D50. It really gave me the opportunity to work with what I had. Which at the time, and now, isn't a lot. Some of my most infamous shots were taken with a 6.1 megapixel camera. Yeah. Now that I have 24.1 megapixels to work with, I can take much, much, much, sharper shots. I really love flowers. Well, when I say flowers, I mean taking photos of flowers. I got this photography book that taught me about depth of field. It is when you are focused on one subject, and the background is blured. You get this effect better with non-zoomable lenses, (primes) and at low f-stops. Like 1.8. I thought I would like zoomable lenses more, but the lowest f-stop that a 18-105mm can achieve is at 18mm and I think it is 4.5. That's why for flower photography I will always use a prime. Because they can achieve a much lower f-stop, 1.8. You want that for clearer photos, because primes are always sharper, and they have better depth of field. And that's why I use primes. Well, a Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 35mm 1:1.8G to be exact. I will openly do events like birthday parties and such for $75 an hour.