Yeah. The new camera really is cool. It is tiny compared to my big D-SLR, and takes great photos. Especially if one knows how to burrow down through the many, many layers of adjustments! Not being very intuitive concerning things like computers and electronics, I find myself aimlessly pushing buttons and hoping for the best! Mark, on the other hand, is very logical and can figure his way through a new *toy* quickly. Bah!
So, last night, while we were out and about, I saw a pretty church in Geneva and asked Mark to stop for a moment. I hopped out of the truck and took a photo. I looked at it right after taking it, and to my dismay, I had changed the picture from “standard” to “monotone”. Oh joy.
Definitely an “oops”! BUT, I was determined to figure out how to get the color back, AND, I refused to humble myself to the point of asking Mark if he could help! I got back in the truck and fumbled, er….”worked” my way through the menus and, lo, and behold…..color!
Yuppers, doesn’t *everyone* drive around with an invertor plugged into their vehicle so they can plug in their toys? ….er, electonic necessities? (that is the eerie green light!)
Okay, so I have shown you some crummy photos taken with the Micro four-thirds. How about a “good” photo taken a few days ago from the porch?
Don’t you love the colors? I do, especially since we rarely see anything like this because of the trees and surrounding hills.
So, the bottom line is this…..along with those fun new devices comes the frustration of learning all about how they work!