What does a girl have to spend to get a camera that takes the picture she wants it to take?
Evan had the CAWUETEST (cutest) milk mustasche this morning.
I tried capturing it with my camera but the kid didn't want to say cheese.
So he made screwy faces but the flash is too harsh.
So, I turned off the flash but if he moves one milimeter, it's blurry! It probably didn't help that he wanted to put his hand on the lens. To me, the lighting is rightnow. I like the fresh, non harsh look...what ever it's called.
So this may have been the clearest picture of them all but to me, the harsh lines of the flash are annoying!
So, is there anyone out there that can help me with this!
I want to take the picture that I want to take and I want it to look like what I see.
Classes I should take?
Blogs I should read?
Does it really matter about the camera?
I think $400 on a camera is alot but maybe I should take out a small loan and get a professional camera!
Now! Outdoor pictures are always great!
I just want my indoor pictures to be great too!