Wednesday, August 10, 2011 at 7:34AM
You are what you shoot
Well, ladies and gentleman, I'm officially old. Gone are the days of barbies (spice girl dolls if you are my sister), coloring books, and play kitchen food for gifts. Yesterday I took a deep step forward into adulthood by way of a grown up camera! In hopes of taking more pictures of our lives and random happenings around Cincinnati, we caved and for our 2 year anniversary I now have a high-tech, I have no idea how to use it, camera. Here are some goodies from my first evening with the camera:
Pop Art Filter (I will write about this little meal later)
Dexter about to pounce on the couch (Steve's feet on the table -- really unfortunate)
Calli on Steve's lap with Scarlett looking around her. Such photogenic kitties!
Look at those pretty green eyes!
The fish eye lens takes 10 lbs off Calli -- I need to remember that!
Steve in various art filters -- such an awesome feature on this camera!
Dramatic Art Filter -- note the awesome solar-powered lights in our floor. Love it!
Finally, this is the damage from a leak in our roof. This is sadly only part of it, but if you notice me being cranky or overly dramatic this week, it's likely the hole in my roof has something to do with it.
Ok, so what did you learn from this little art project?:
1. I sat on the end of the couch to take most of these
2. I'm obsessed with my kitties. Yes, I know.
3. I really need to learn how to use my camera :-)