I am still getting to know my camera and the zooming in part.
Here, in The Middle of the USA, the summer can get rather hot and things begin to dry up. We had a great spring and beginning of summer.
But now, the drying up has begun. I decided to find color. Any color besides browns and tans. They have their place – I especially miss the tan M&Ms.
Here is what I have found so far…….
caught him by accident
dancing shoes resting
I just love to take pictures. My Fuji from 2004 bit the dust completely last year sometime. I was so sad, but it was outdated. It was time.
I continued to take photos with my iPhone6! LOL. It was alright but I missed having a real camera in my hands.
Just so you know, I am by no means what I consider a photographer to be. I am clueless as to what aperture means and all the other terms involved. All I know is point and shoot and hope for the best – the beauty of digital!
Well, I finally decided on a camera. It actually came recommended to me by a photography blog I follow. I just loved Cindy’s photos of the colorful birds in her area. Absolutely beautiful!
So here goes. This camera, a Sony – DSC-H400, is simple to use and the best thing is it zooms to 63X. Say what?
That zoom got me excited. But it takes practice for a simple lady like myself. But look at the moon:
And I know I can do better with practice! It’s all I can do not to spend all of my free time outside looking for things to shoot.
Here’s a few more…..
I had the gift of growing up near an ocean. It both terrifies and soothes me. I’m not afraid to jump in or go on a boat far from shore where land is no longer in site.
However, if I let my mind, I can feel a bit of a fear or panic want to rise up. Then I shut it down. The wonder of it all far outrides the terror. I like to think I have a healthy fear of the ocean.
It’s a natural wonder, the ocean – ever changing colors, ever changing motion and emotions. It is full of underwater surprises.