Saturday, January 24, 2009

Have you been "bitten"?

If you don't understand the reference on this bumper sticker on my daughter's truck, you probably haven't. Either that, or you don't have teenage daughters, LOL!



I tried a macro shot of the frost on her truck as well, but this is the best I could do. I REALLY need to concentrate more on not jiggling the camera as I press the shutter release. I never noticed before I started this project how much trouble I have with absolutely crisp focus.

7 comments:

MaryO said...

Cute bumper sticker, Judi. They say if you hold your breathe when you shoot you won't jiggle so much! LOL! I wouldn't worry about about it, they look just fine.

Linda Fleming said...

LOL! Haven't seen that bumper sticker before.
I have a slight hand tremor and it drives me nuts when I am taking photos.

BumbleVee said...

stand with feet apart, camera against your chest or gut, or rest an elbow or finger on something as a fulcrum.. hold your breath and squeeze the trigger..... or.... you could always use a tripod.... lol... yeh...I get blurry stuff too sometimes, and sometimes it is worth hauling out the tripod...like for my lights on the neighbour's hedge..

oh, yeh...forgot to say I know about Hogwarts...but... ya got me on the Cullens.. haven't heard of them.

Serena said...

My hand is up, teacher.....Hogwarts is Harry Potter's school (know that through my son) and the Cullens are out of the Twilight books (I'm reading the series) ~ LOL

I have the same problem with slight blurriness to pics sometimes....a tripod is the best option for sharp photos but I'm usually too lazy to set it up. I try to anchor my arms against something solid and try to be ever so gentle when pressing the button.

Great shots, Judi ~ :)

Kerry said...

Nice frost shots and I figured it was something to do with Harry Potter and Twilight, because I know what Hogwarts is.

Jennifer Rose said...

lol! If I read the Potter books I would have to have that :D

Judi W. said...

i got the bumper sticker and don't have teens either, rofl ... what does that say about me?