The feature I'm talking about is for action shots. I turn this little dial to a certain setting and press the shutter button and it instantly takes a series of photos while the subject is moving. For some reason I always take still photos and now I'll really feel more confident to get some great shots.
For still photos it takes a few seconds for the camera to zoom on and I lose great shots sometimes. If I click before the camera zooms on, the photo gets a bit blurry.
This was great fun, in matter of a few short minutes I had about 30 some photos to choose from. I'm sure it felt a little awkward to pose for her grandma but Jordyn was a good sport. Thanks Jordyn. I appreciate your cooperation.
At the Maritimes Fiber Art Retreat I missed a lot of good shots because the models were walking so fast, but if they have the fashion show again next year, I'll be able to shoot to my heart content and not miss a beat as long as my battery is fully charged.
I also took some close up shots of tiny blooms on my Wandering Jew plant that is blooming for the first time this spring. This was a plant that my mom gave me and I almost lost it. It was dying because the of the salt residue in the soil from the water softener. My mother was dying from cancer and so was my Wandering Jew. I tried rooting some cuttings before I completely lost it as this plant came from my mom and I wanted to keep it alive for sentimental reasons. I potted it and repotted it and now it's blooming for
the first time. That makes me so happy. It's getting big now and sits on top of a stool. It's now an heirloom plant.
A close up shot
Just a little closer look at those beautiful delicate blossoms.
I hope that you all had a great Easter Weekend and are all rested for back to work and back to school tomorrow.
Tomorrow, God willing I'll show you my quilt off the frame. I took it off the frame on Good Friday and threw it on my King size bed to see how it looked. It's BIG.
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