OK, so I finally caved and decided to learn how to use my remote control. How hard can that be, you ask? Well, first you have to remember I’m tech challenged. Very. Second, I bought a remote with way more features than I’ll ever need to use in my lifetime, especially since I’m not inclined to sit down and figure out how everything works. But I haven’t been happy with the way some of my pictures have been turning out, so after going through a little check list that was provided by a photographer much better than myself, I decided to see if my trigger finger was part of the problem.
And on another note: I’d like to say a big huge thanks to all the wonderful folks who check here regularly and leave such nice comments. I’ve been shooting and blogging regularly for about a year now, and I’m really amazed by the absolute strangers who pop by to say such encouraging and helpful things about my photography. I feel so blessed to receive such thoughtful, uplifting remarks about something I was pretty hesitant to share initially. I don’t do photography for a living and I sure as heck don’t do it for attention or praise, but I’m very humbled to think a handful of people actually come here regularly and say nice things about my results. I try to respond to every comment, but sometimes other stuff gets in the way and I miss a few posts here or there. Please know that I do read and cherish every comment and I always look forward to the advice that others might like to share!