Several years ago, John gave me a lovely new camera — a real one, one that adults might use — as a gift. It’s a bit intimidating, because while I love to take photographs, and I am proud of the work I do, this is a camera that requires a bit of effort to master.
I haven’t really,
But I have picked up a few tricks and I think you’ll see that in the next book I gave him for the holidays — one that documented our honeymoon.
This link will open a PDF of the book. (The .pdf is nearly 30mb, so it may take awhile.)
(Note, this was originally going to be published in January, but we’ve had technical troubles.)
For the John’s main gift this year I made him a couple of books. The first was from one from our trip to London back in 2007. What I learned more than anything? I needed a better camera (see an upcoming post). But I had a lot of fun culling through the 1000+ pictures we took (yay for digital pictures) and choosing the ones that meant something special to us, as well as being particularly interesting.
I thought you might enjoy it as well.
This link — London 2007 — will open a pdf of the book.
I’m sure you’ve nearly given up on us, but we’re not dead — we just got seriously busy.
and he’s quite the rock n roll kid!