08 May, 2010

Saturation Point , Plus Some...

This is my brain, or at least what my brain feels like... overflowing; way beyond the saturation point! There's just too much to learn sometimes; I try to keep up with technology, I really do... but there's always something else, something newer, presenting yet another challenge. My husband and I decided to give each other an early anniversary gift, a new camera. We received it this week; the instruction manual alone is massive, the camera is intimidating. And yet, I will learn, even at a limited-ability absorption rate! I have the perfect subject on which to practice.
Thank goodness for a place to start... auto settings!
Life is Good!

I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it. - Pablo Picasso

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10 comments:

quiltkeemosabe said...

I"m not worried. Your brain will stretch!

Nancy, Near Philadelphia said...

Been a long time since we've had a Hannes fix. This is a great pic!

PattiCakes said...

You will progress from awkward to comfortable to expert before you know it. What kind did you get? I'm looking for a new one myself.

StitchinByTheLake said...

One step at a time...you can do it! blessings,marlene

paula, the quilter said...

You can do it, I have faith in you.

Janet said...

No doubt you'll have it mastered in no time. (Then you can give all of us with one of those fancy-smancy cameras some tips!)

Salem Stitcher said...

You're off to a great start. What a wonderful photo!

Libby said...

Good luck! After two years with my camera, I'm still using the 'basic' manual . . . . I may never graduate to the advanced *s*

Nane said...

I rarely use anything but auto on mine. Lighting and composition are really most important and you do a good job of that already.

julieQ said...

I think when we are too busy and overwhelmed, it is harder to learn new things!! I hope you get a minute for deep breaths and relaxation soon. I am glad for your new camera, that will be great!