"God creates the beauty. My camera and I are a witness." - (Mark Denman)

Thursday, October 11, 2012


My new camera arrived yesterday, and this morning I went out to take some test shots--the best of which I'm sharing here. 

Sadly, this camera does not have a viewfinder, and I've never taken pictures using an LCD screen before.  It was quite a challenge trying to see what I was aiming at--especially since it was a bright, sunny day--and even more challenging was trying to focus on the image of a bird or a squirrel, or even a butterfly, through the screen so I could get a shot of it before it flew off or scampered away. 

If anyone reading this does have a camera without a view finder that you are able to take quick point and click impromptu shots with (which is mostly what I would be using it for), please tell me how you do it.  Am I missing something? 


1 comment:

Marie said...

I don't know . . . I just point and shoot. The picture shows up that I have taken right away and I can either keep or discard. It does take nice pictures though. Your pictures look really nice! xxoo