A photo can stir emotions and feelings of times past. A single image transports
us back in time to that specific moment where part of your story was written.
fortunate to relive a moment and keep it alive.
would become so much more than a review. It became one of those life
lessons that are so often written all around us, but we tend to miss.
It was a reminder that to write a good story, you have to pick up a pen
and write. It takes effort and willingness to step out of your comfort zone.
things I grew up watching my uncles do. I often thought of doing it with
our children, but never made either the time or effort to do.
given the opportunity to test the camera, yet taken away so much more.
But one of the features I loved the most is the touch screen functionality
and ability to pinpoint exactly where you want your focal point to be by
simply looking through the screen and touching it.
adjust your settings from the touch screen, which I find so convenient.
And for those not overly familiar with the “ins and outs” of a DSLR, the
auto smart mode will enable you to get the right shot every time.
This particular shot was taken with the 40mm, which is perfect for portraits
or food photography. It gives you the beautiful bokeh or blurry background
that I personally love. The camera works so well in low lighting situations
as it alows you to increase your ISO to 12800!!! Imagine that.
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