Camera Lessons


Posted on April 9th, by Amy in bracelets. 1 Comment

Hi again! I had to learn how to use our camera in light (or lack of light) of all the crummy weather around here. We have a nice DSLR but until yesterday I just used the auto features for everything. I built myself a mini studio and enlisted my husbands assistance for getting the initial settings created on the manual mode. Brand new territory for me!

After a lot of trial and many errors I got a few good pictures – hooray! I had made these few bracelets the other day and had to wait until now to get them listed. Aren’t the baby ones adorable? I just love how sweet they look. My girls have so many bracelets – I seem to find most of them tucked away where they shouldn’t be. =) They are good girls – just too many pretties.

This one is a ladies size – it would look nice on you – hint, hint. =)

If you click any of the pictures you will go straight to my esty shop!

Later tater – =)





One thought on “Camera Lessons

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    Tipper says:

    Beautiful bracelets and loved the quilt too! Such pretty colors.I hope the girls break turned out to be a good one.

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