Though I hate to complain that does not mean I will not. The bottom line is I miss my PowerShot S3is badly! I have tried to get to know my Olympus and to find the sweet spots on the SP-350 but alas I give in to the fact it is no S3is. The SP-350 simply has a mind of its own when it comes to evaluating a shot. No matter what I set it at it evaluates to the beat of another shutter. Cry not for me for I will simply set out on a few months of 35mm adventure and mayhem as I am soon to be a proud owner of a Canon AE-1 set up. Till then I will enjoy what I have and count myself truly blessed!
I started this blog with goal of sharing my photos and on this my 60th post here areTwo For You!
Heading home, after picking up some things from our local tractor and farm store, I drove to a place I have been wanting to stop at and take a few shots. I have mentioned before the state has made green spaces at certain highway and interstate exchanges. This particular one has been seeded with wildflowers. The wind was not favorable but I decide to give it a go anyway. I hope to go back before they mow it down but here are a couple on the fly.
I did a little walkabout with my Olympus SP-350 today. I have been using the manual settings in hopes of learning more about this wonderful little camera. The following pictures are not my best but I like them just because I was able to take them. Having the means and the ability, even with used and older tech, to take photos and share is a wonderful privilege indeed!
I purchased an Olympus SP-350 last year and found myself always falling back on my PowerShot S3is. Now with the potential demise of my S3 I have taken up arms again with the SP-350. Here are a few from the day. Let me know what you think!