Snap to it! Exposure compensation, and a tough-guy knight
You may recall from last week’s post that I’m trying to turn my camera into something more than a point-and-shoot. It’s just too darn heavy to lug around unless I’m using it to do more. So here are the results of my round table photo shoot, in response to Cinnamon’s “Snap to it” tutorial on exposure compensation.
Here is our Sir Snugglepuss (he’s going to HATE my public tendencies by the time he’s big) playing nice
And here he is in dragon readiness mode
And here’s his sister, who was told it was her brother’s turn to be showcased this week because she was the subject last week, but who couldn’t bear to be left out
I’m starting to understand camera settings better, but a lot of the time I still look at the result and say “whaaa?” Getting there! Stay tuned for more weird cooking later this week!
And here’s a teaser for a few weeks from now – I’ve entered to submit a post that must be Canada themed (and of course, an unusual food, because that’s my thing), so here are your hints about what it might be: 1. I have a funny feeling it might taste disgusting. 2. It seems incredibly unhealthy but some Canadians have survived on it almost exclusively in the past. 3. It scoffs in the face of modern energy bars. I’m pretty sure if I eat it once I’ll be able to survive off of my own fat for years. 4. Wine on a stick might be the best pairing. Guesses?
- snap to it submissions: at the zero - [...] cute little dragon slayer is from Ann over at Cooking Dangerously. Here is her post. I don’t know her shutter…