We take care of the land...it takes care of us.
We're just a couple of country dwellers......
that love nature, hunting, fishing, gardening, campfires, crafting, cooking, canning, laughter and living!!
Ya just never know what I'll blog about next...
So visit us often!
i'm honored to be included in with those you named! i'm totally an amateur, even if i've had my dslr for over a year. i let it do 99% of the work and thinking. the others you named know what the heck they're doing... :)
Forget the camera. Get yourself a fancy sewing machine, much more useful.
That is VERY similar if not identical to the camera you used at our wedding.
I love all your pictures. I do think that the Canon Rebel gives sharper pictures.I'm just an amateur too and would love a better camera with a an extended zoom. But I can't afford one right now. The camera I have now does have a lot of features that I don't know how to use. So I'm trying to learn them before I go to a more expensive camera.I am familiar with some of your inspiration blogs, but am going to check out the others.
I to am a amature photographer It took me some time to learn digital becaue I used to use film that I developed myself many years ago with a Minolta 35mm camera it looks much like the digital ones. I stoped photography for many years then picked it up again in Digital ! I had the Nikon D60 but after a bit it was acting up and there wasnt anything that they could do about it so then I bought the Nikon D3100 and all Nikon Nikkor lenses dont know to much about Canon but I am a trail and error learner with digital and alot of reading, forums with others and just go out there and play . These cameras these days no one will ever know the entire camera and what it can do and that quote came from a pro in one of my photography books and I believe that ! Have a blast with your new camera it will bring you much joy as mine does and I will never stop photography again ! Have a great day !
Ummm...are you kidding me? Your photos are always so amazing. I thought you already had a fancy camera. :)
I don't think your pictures look like an amateur at all! They are beautiful.
That first photo is absolutely stunning...your photos are always top-notch!
I think your photos are great...I like your perspective....dont be intimadated with an SLR...you can shoot on auto until you really learn the settings n programs. I have a Nikon D3000 and I bought nikon for dummies manual..you can buy one for Canons too! They explain things like your in kindergarden..I like that..haha
wow, what great views. love the fences. snow is such a great background. (:
Beautiful, Lisa! Your snow photos are just gorgeous!
I don't think you need a DSLR, your photos are excellent. Its all in the eye.
Love fences in the snow! Getting a new camera is always fun, but intimidating! I'm a slow learner so I love shooting on auto and working with photo editing programs.
The great thing about DSLRs is that you can learn as little or as much as you like -- these cameras are so smart, they can make anyone (even me) look like I know what I'm doing. Thanks for the shout-out, Lisa. Very sweet of you. :)Oh, and love the photos. You have a good eye.
Wonderful photos.Regards and best wishes
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