Day 41
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Day 41

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Dinner at Mom's tonight... I actually put the camera on manual when playing with the kids. Maybe I am learning something! Not a perfect picture, but taking the camera off auto with flash in a family setting is kind of big for me ;-)

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  1. Awesome! I am still hesitant to go 100% manual... it always comes out terrible. I think I need to learn more about my camera before attempting to do it again.

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  2. Yay for manual. Very cute shot! Leave it on manual and don't go back. My photography instructor said your photos will get worse before they get better, but that is how we learn.

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  3. Great job! The teacher of the class I just took said your pics may get worse before they get better in manual. I feel like there are SO many things to think about! But there's always fixing in editing, right? I love your pic!

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  4. Yay for you...getting brave with your settings! The learning curve may be steep, but it sure is fun, don't you think?

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  5. I just realized something.. I'm going to be watching everyone's kids grow up right in front of me this year! *teary moment*

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  6. Yay! for manual! I agree, photos will get worse before they get better. I am still not completely there, but if I wouldn't had forced myself to leave it in manual I wouldn't have learned what not to do. One thing to remember is to set your shutter speed no lower than 1/200 or 1/250 for moving subjects then adjust ISO and f-stop from there. I wasn't doing that and had a lot of blurry photos starting out. Good luck!

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  7. I like the lighting. Sweet face too :-)

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  8. What a sweet little face :). Way to go with manual!!! It will amaze you at how quickly it become second nature :)

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  9. Congrats on switching to manual!! You will master it in no time!! What a precious little one you have!

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