Since yesterday was super busy and I had no time for crafting (other than the 2 rows I did on my sock in the doctor's waiting room), I am going to re-hash yesterday's pathetic post by putting a new spin on it. I'm going to discuss digital photography. . .
Now I own a Sony DSC-W1, 5.1 mega pixel camera. I love it and it takes much better pictures than my last camera (an HP something or other -- 3 mega pixel, I believe), but I find that I only get *really* good pictures if I use a tripod and the slow speed setting. (I think that's what it's called. It says SL and has the little "flash" lightning bolt after it.) The above picture is taken using that method. For yesterday's shot I didn't use the tripod and you can see the difference!
However, at the top of today's picture you see that I did get a bit of over-exposure. (I'm throwing around photography terms like I know what I'm talking about!) This is a big problem I seem to have with this camera.
But I have been inspired to do better. I read Felicia's blog, Sweet Georgia and her photographs are beautiful! I love looking at her blog. So I am going to aspire to be more like her and I am going to try to work on my photography skills. Anyone know some good online resources for digital photography tips?
And for everyone who asked about the knitting fabric from yesterday -- I got it online from The Virginia Quilter and here is a close-up:
I'm off to get caught up on pattern orders!