My first camera was won selling seeds door to door for the American Seed Company when I was barely in grade school. I had no idea they would sell so well, and that I would end up getting to pick an awesome prize. I had many choices, but I chose a Kodak Brownie camera (the kind where you flipped up the top and looked down in to see the image), and they also included free film for a year plus developing so I was thrilled.
Even at that young age, people were already getting use to seeing me with my camera, and not only use to it they would duck and hide from me. Family does the same today, they always laugh and say, “oh no, she has her camera”. I am usually never without.
Recently, with the warm Spring weather, my sister and I have been out and about walking along with my camera. Even after all these years, I’m still in pursuit of a great shot.
There are many free photo editing software available that can also enhance a photo, if needed. One of my favorites is Picasa, which is free. I also use photo editing software that came with my Micrografx Draw programs and Paintshop Pro. It is always great though, when I edit in these and my photo doesn’t require any fix at all. Recently upgraded to Adobe Photoshop Elements and am experimenting.
Do you enjoy photography? What do you think is the most fun to capture? Portraits, Scenery, Action Shots, Nature?
If you have any tips for better photography, feel free to include that in a comment also.