C is for Camera


See my Easter present? Okay, so it’s from me to me, but it still counts, right? I’ve ordered it already and can’t wait for it to arrive. I was going to wait to show you until it got here, but then –I can’t really take a picture of the camera with the same camera.

It’s pretty fancy-schmancy for someone like me but nowhere near what a professional photographer would use. That’s okay. I’m not planning to be a professional, but I do want to try something a little more advanced than my little point-and-shoot, so this one is perfect. A few bells and whistles, but still easy enough to use.

Now all I have to do is learn a little something about photography 🙂

Do you have an eye for photography? Prefer a basic point-and-shoot? Or do you let other people take all the pictures?


C is for Camera — 6 Comments

  1. That’s a nice camera…and a great gift to yourself! I used to have a good camera (until my daughter dropped it by accident). Now I just have a point and shoot. The good thing about that is that I can carry it with me wherever I go. It seems like I take a lot more pictures now and better document day-to-day living. The negative part is that the quality of pictures isn’t as great as the type of camera you have.
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  2. I opt for the basic point and shoot – it serves my needs for blog posts.

    Popped by from the AtoZ Challenge.


  3. I enjoy playing around with my camera but I cannot find the manual. I take pictures for fun but lately I have been posting some on my blog.

    Denise at Organization and Inspiration for Fellow Writers, participant of A to Z Blogging Challenge

  4. That’s a beautiful camera. I’ve been taking pictures for years…way back when we actually used film! I love digital cameras, though. So much more convenient and cheaper than paying for film processing. I got a new camera for Christmas…a Canon Power Shot. Love it. Good luck with your picture taking!