If you chase enough rabbits,
you'll make a trail. Come
down those trails with me.
So much truth in this. I am the same way, and sad sometimes that I do not have so many of the older ones. I watch even toddlers rush up to a digital camera to see what the photo looks like. Amazing!!I remember mailing the film back to the states and would wait forever to get my photos back. Then I would sigh and wish someone did not have a finger in their nose, or was looking another way...etc, etc.Lovely post.
She's a beautiful subject to photograph! (o:
What a wonderful post! I remember having a 35mm camera as a child, and I remember the trouble of putting film in, then waiting for the pictures to be developed. Digital cameras have, as you said, made such a difference and made taking pictures so much easier! I have a Kodak camera, and the Kodak software allows me to improve lighting, resolve 'red eye', and generally improve the image, to a certain degree. And, as you mentioned, you can take several pictures and just keep the best one. It was so lovely to see beautiful Lydia as she progressed from sweet little girl to lovely young woman. Thank you for sharing these with us!
Back in the day, it seemed to me that the older child had the most pictures. I remember all your memories, and Clark's was my favorite film developer. Sure makes it easier with the digital cameras. I have the pictures stored everywhere, but still don't get many acutal photos to hold in my hand. (Lots on floppy disks ??) Most now on CD's and DVD's.. I use Snapfish. LOL
I love all my photos! Lydia was so easy to pose! I think Evelyn might have the same knack!I need to go through my pics on the laptop and clean some of them out.
Picasa is one place I have pretty good control of.....I hate having blurry pictures.....or pictures of elbows.
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