Hi there ❤ I hope you’re having a beautiful day! 🙂 Back in February, I bought myself my very first camera, and I was so excited to begin using it! I could just imagine how many awesome photoshoots I’d hold, all of the special moments I’d capture … but then something happened.
I couldn’t figure out which settings would produce clear pictures, so I quit using my camera for several months.
It frustrated me that all of the reviews I’d read about this model on Amazon showcased pretty photos, and then I couldn’t manage to get one. If I wasn’t outside and surrounded by natural lighting and focused on completely still subjects, all the viewfinder reflected was blurry snapshot after blurry snapshot.
I regretted investing in something that ended up being a burden to work with, so my first camera sat collecting dust through the spring and the summer. Every time I saw it, I wished that I’d waited longer, saved a bit more money, and purchased a more expensive camera that would work in all lighting and circumstances.
At the beginning of October, I decided to turn on my camera for the first time in weeks. I realized that it was probably worth investing time in, to figure out how I could enjoy using it since I’d spent money on it. So, I pulled up the digital instruction manual and began reading about the settings I hadn’t tried out yet. To my surprise, within moments … I began taking good (or decent, at least) pictures!
Below, I’m going to share these photos with you. ❤ Some were taken inside my room and could still use some tweaking (aka, I’ll take them again and try out different settings), and others were taken at a playground I went to recently with my siblings. 🙂 I hope you enjoy!
Once again, I am very happy to be using this camera. Transitioning from my iPhone’s camera to a point-and-shoot Kodak was a hard one to make, but I’m now glad that I invested in this model! It takes beautiful videos, wide angle landscape photos, great sport/movement shots, and great pictures of my family. 💜
Thank you so much for reading! I enjoyed getting to share these pictures. 🙂 I’m excited to learn more about my camera, as well – it definitely has potential!
Let me know in the comments below:
Do YOU have a camera?