When I took this picture, it wasn't dark, the sun had not set, it was just hiding behind the juniper. I like the way my phone camera captured the old truck and the halo effect aroud the tree.
The S6 camera exposure setting is too dark. I haven't tried to correct it, but I have accidentally clicked something that resulted in much lighter pictures. So I know it can be done. Right now I have so much on my mind that I won't play around with it. I use Picmonkey when I need to lighten something. Later, I hope to learn a lot of new things. I just need to free up my mind, which is too old to do too many things ~ and I'm not talking about at the same time ~ more like in the same month!
Nice picture. Sometimes the more you fiddle with a piece of equipment, the more you can make it do.ReplyDelete
I like the picture, Ms. Adams!!ReplyDelete
Camera phones have become much better at capturing photos. I still prefer my cameras, but in a pinch, it captures the essence. Keep that brain active, Inger, and you will stay young at heart.Always challenge yourself to learn something new. I had to learn quite a few things when hubs became ill last year. I have now moved and am trying to adapt our belongings to our new home. I know you are trying to adapt too, and your last posts seem to indicate that you are managing. Take care of yourself and those pups!ReplyDelete
I a with you, crowding to much into my brain on one day is not an optionReplyDelete
Yes, I've seen that, too, but with my Canon camera (very expensive!)ReplyDelete
Nice pic! I still haven't purchased a new camera - learning my printer and I am like you - don't want to learn too many things at once. Inger, you are too funny!ReplyDelete
I have a Canon Rebel T1i and when I take a photo with too much light hitting the lens, it looks dark. In a sunny afternoon, outdoors photos looks washed out because there's too much light. I find the best photos are taken on an overcast day. The colors are more true.ReplyDelete
It took me a while to make friend with my camera. I was afraid of it at first because there were so many buttons. I still don't push too many but I have learned one feature at a time until I was comfortable with it. I don't do great photography as I basically point and shoot with it.
I still like the sunset photo.
You're doing great under all the circumstances.
It will come. This is a great picture.ReplyDelete
I have a Rebel SL1 EOS 100D which means nothing to me, yet, and the only reason I knew that was I copied it from the manual. I have no idea if it's a good camera nor how to work it but sometimes I get lucky.
We visited SIL and BIL in Aztec New Mexico and before in Albuquerque. That time was when I fell in love with the desert. Your header called me. I'm glad I listened.
I like it and YOU my dear Inger are never too old for anything. HUGS BReplyDelete
Ha, ha, easy, easy! Every thing in its time! You are doing good.ReplyDelete
I love that photo - it is wonderful. :-)
I like the photo, I wouldn't change a thing! And I know about "brain crowding!"ReplyDelete
The photo is really nice. Your camera is good. I think it is a good idea that you are keeping busy.ReplyDelete
Still a great photo! Just keep practicing and all will get easier!!ReplyDelete
camera phones are pretty darn smart. :)ReplyDelete
Love the photo, and I can empathise with the too many things in the month, lol.ReplyDelete
Learning new things will keep your brain young! Camera phones have their limitations but it's the convenience I like, where a photo can so quickly be uploaded or shared.ReplyDelete
Hi Inger - oh press a button when you don't need it - and then how to correct ... I was at the Tower of London .. and had the iphone on selfie-setting - couldn't change ... so had to ask someone!!!ReplyDelete
Good luck with things ... as DG says you're getting there - and all things can come in time ... have a peaceful week .. cheers Hilary
Sometimes accidental captures are the best. Loved the halo effect.ReplyDelete
Good luck learning the new camera.
I have to be very clam and relaxed to learn new technology stuff. One thing at a time...ReplyDelete
Beautiful photo Inger! The halo effect aroud the tree is stunning!ReplyDelete