I have two main cameras, one is my baby, my Nikon d60, and the other is a Canon Powershot. Once you've been spoiled with an SLR camera, point and clicks will never do it for you ever again. But they are super light to carry... So when it's hot outside and I'm trying to actually walk, I'm more likely to bring the Powershot.
The photos always end up looking pretty messed up colour-wise. The Canon Power Shot turns greens purple, and really can't photograph things that have full sunlight on them without becoming over exposed. So I turn to photoshop to fix some of the problems, and make the colours more vibrant.
The colours are so bad with the Canon Power Shot, that I'm beginning to think of it more as a 'Special Effects' camera LOL. I don't think there will be anything as great as an SLR, ever.
Speaking of cameras, I recently purchased 6 rolls of film from Lomography, to try in my thrifted Diana f and Fisheye cameras. I can't wait till they get here. That's around 200+ exposures!! *happy dance*
|See what I mean about bad colours? |
This place is so colourful and beautiful in real life.
|I spy with my little eye... a LADY BUG!|
|A beautiful iron piece for the garden.|
|Probably the best photo out of them all. Very little editing was done on this one.|
|These flowers looked so 'dusty', like they were vintage fabric flowers or something.|
|Ah! These gorgeous pink roses. They even seem to bloom in the fall/early winter.|
|I love experimenting with colours in photoshop ...|
|This was more realistic, haha. See the little fly in the flower?|
Hope you're all having a lovely day! I'm off to go thrifting for a bit, and then check out some potential art studios. Ta, ta!