A Different Level of ‘SUCK’

And so it hits me. Today I started rummaging through old pictures. Well they weren’t exactly old, well in dog years perhaps, but they were taken back in May 2009. What a difference a few months can make to one’s photographic abilities! I felt ill when I looked at the photos. They were supposed to represent the fun time the ole man and I had in Miami during bike week. Yeah, we had a blast, but DAYUM those pictures suck unmercifully!

Well, my photography has since evolved from being appreciated by those who only read braille, to those classified as legally blind. I’m actually getting better. I’ve picked up another lens, too: Sigma 70-300 DG Macro. It’s pretty kewl! Did you know that you will get a fEE error on your D90 if when applying an older Sigma lens the aperture ring is not set to the smallest aperture? Don’t ask me how I know. Just trust me on this one.

The upside is that I have a better understanding of what’s going on.

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2 responses to “A Different Level of ‘SUCK’

  1. Heh… I know how that feels, Dee. The other day I went back and took a look at some of the first pictures I took with my first DSLR… the D40.And comparing them to what kind of pictures I take now… yeah… they sucked :)The upside of it all is that you're only going to get better as you learn more.I've seen a huge improvement in your images over the months I've known you… and I know you're just going to get better 😉

  2. The only way is up…and you are getting up there soooo fast.Isn't it a weird feeling how a picture can look good now, but in a few months time, you wont give it a second thought?

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