Or might not. It's all about the operator. This is my new camera. See that camera case? The camera doesn't even fit in it! What's up with that? My old camera is a Sony Cyber Shot and I've had it for at least 8 years. I love that little camera but I've dropped it so many times that the battery keeps falling out of the bottom and it just isn't reliable any more. Now I have this baby and a whole new learning curve. Believe me when I say this is not the most expensive nor the most complicated digital camera out there, far from it. It is complicated enough to make me a little intimidated tho so if my blog photos are less than stellar for a while you'll know why.
When I was a young college student I saved my money and bought a fabulous Canon film camera. I swanned around campus with that thing hanging from my neck taking artsy photos of sidewalk cracks and tree branches. I took a photography class and learned all about f stops and film speeds and went to late night foreign film showings to later critique the cinematography. Then I got a life. I wasn't in school any more and I couldn't afford film much less afford to have it developed. Now fast forward to 2013 and I love digital photography. I can take as many shots as I want, throw them all away if I don't like them, keep just the ones I want, manipulate them in a thousand ways all with very little cost. Magic!
My photos are not very artsy, but I like them and I have fun messing around with them and with the new camera.
Until next time,