I took the Holly dog out the other day, and my camera. Something I haven't done in ages. Now, I've used my camera over the past months, but rarely took it out. Bad weather ect. I'm a summer person, I like bright photos, flowers, animals all that.
It felt good to take out the beast, beast being my camera.
Now I don't know whether its the Tamron, or me. The Nikor seems clearer when taking photos. Don't get me wrong I have gotten some amazing photos from the Tamron AND, don't forget I'm still getting to grips with things. I've learnt a fair bit, but heck, I have a lot to learn.
Again, I took a few shots. Got in, took a look on the computer. I was happy with some but something, some part of me, well, it just scrutinises everything. ''The focus points, I can see aren't where I intended'' ''its a tiny bit blurred over here'' ''don't like this one'' ''could be better''
''could be better''
''could be better''
Cant wait till the weather is nice again. One, I love the sunshine, without it, well. its. shit.
Second, I can get out with my camera and spend hours walking round places. No fear of rain destroying my camera.
In other news, I have an Instagram Account. That I wanted to talk about too.
- You can find me, kerrielbrown90 -
but, I post photos from my phone (98%) - random pics/mainly of Holly, Cake, Running stuff.
I put two from my camera on the other night, watermarked them right in the middle too.
I'm not keen on putting my ''good'' photos from my camera on there. I was told that you have no rights to photos once uploaded. Now, I read the small print. I think, *I think* you have the rights to your photos, but Instagram takes no responsibilities. - Now that could be the same for most sites....But I don't fancy people making profit (and good credit) from good photos that they didn't take.
Do you have an Instagram Account, and what do you upload? Photography, or phone photos? Or both?
What are your views on Instagram? Flicker?
Thanks for stopping by!