Looking at Older Pictures

Now, I am aware that after some time, all of my pictures will become “old”. But, in this blog post, I’m going to talk about, and review, pictures from I took before I had my DSL camera.

Yes, I had a point-and-shoot camera, and yes, it was my favorite color blue. I cannot remember what brand or model it was, and I have no clue where it is. I’m not sad that its missing, actually. I much prefer using the DSL. Moving on.

WARNING: You are about to see pictures from before I knew about things like f-stop, shutter speed, thinking about the lighting, how to edit properly, and things like that. Also, most of these all share the same story: I had a point-and-shoot camera class, that did not cover said things above, and the pictures were for that class. In fact, the only reason I am making a blog post on them is because I thought I had lost all of these pictures. Actually, only a handful of these I actually like, so any pictures from this post that are marked under the creative commons (link here:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/), you may use.

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CC-BY-SA 4.0 Minecraftian4304 2017        These were two stuffed animals I still have. I like stuffed animals.
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CC-BY-SA 4.0 Minecraftian4304 2017       an apple, edited rather odd.
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No, Molly was not locked up, she just likes to lay in a pen when it is open. She was rather happy to be there.
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These were some toy cars I had.               CC-BY-SA 4.0 Minecraftian4304 2017
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Molly sure loves her sticks

Well, that’s going to wrap it up for today, but I might make a part II! Catch ya later!

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