Monday, August 23, 2010

a new print!



i worked with my new camera on the weekend and i have to say that i love the 'live view' feature! it allows me to connect the camera to the computer and change the exposure and white balance etc in an image editing program and press snap with the mouse all while i'm watching the preview! {maybe you've already been doing things this way for years, but for me it's so exciting, and time saving!}.
it is still a bit of guess work as with the sun coming into the room it makes it hard to judge the screen. and whenever a cloud passes/moves the light changes {even with the blinds drawn} and adjustments need to be made. not complaining at all ~ the light = happiness!

happy monday :)

the new print: 'blue tent with flowers' is now in the shop . . .

10 comments:

Julia said...

Love the print!

I must say I've never heard of this 'live view' feature. Is that on a certain type of cameras?

Ladie Jaye said...

Really cool feature with the camera! And an awesome print!

Moonangelnay said...

how beautiful. i do love this picture

june at noon said...

I am in love with this print! And that live view feature sounds awesome. One of these days.... ;)

Cathy said...

Your photo looks great! Love your new print against the dark wall. If you ever want to chat photography, let me know. I can relate to your frustrations on the whole light shifting thing!

Cait Wade said...

Lovely print!

vadjutka said...

a new camera in the household!
oooh, I remember when I got my camera - I was experimentig with it for weeks!

happy experimenting, and I really like the new print and the crochet flowers!

sushipot said...

Oh! That sounds like a wonderful and useful feature on your camera!!

jacqueline said...

Dearest Belinda, it's my first time visiting you here on your lovely space and i am really enjoying it. I came from lovely Dana's blog and i really love your interview. Your work is so gorgeous and very inspiring! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

Krystal said...

whoa i had no idea you could do that with live view!! is it a nikon? the print is so pretty:)

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