Wednesday, November 07, 2012

My Very First Big Girl Camera

That's right.  Tim's armed me with my very first Nikon d5100, and all I want to do is stay home and snap shots.  All day long.  Of anything.  Of everything. 

This is the best new toy, ever.


25 comments:

  1. That's awesome! And you have some great subjects. First shot is really good.

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  2. Alex: Thanks bunches. The first one is my favorite, as well.

    Then the last one is my second favorite.

    Thanks for stopping by :-)

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  3. Your puppies are so adorable. I almost want to break my vow to not replace my dog.

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  4. Cute! Now, if you could get them to play cards..

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  5. The puppies are beautiful :D Congrats on getting a yummy new camera. Yay for you. xx

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  6. Cool pics! I really love that first one, too. Your pups are soooo sweet.

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  7. Those are some really great pics! The demoiselles are just so cute though -- how do they not make the camera lens just melt?

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  8. Ooooo, I'm so jealous you have a new toy to play with!

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  9. Happy, I love these shots. They are amazing. You completely captured your dogs' faces.

    Take more!

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  10. Very nice shots of the "kids". What model Nikon did you??

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  11. Susan: I hope you do break that vow. These two pups came after our last one passed away, and I don't regret it at all.

    It sucks, because they are part of the family and we still miss the other pup, but we're both real glad to have these two little monsters.

    And monsters, they are.

    Trey: Or, if I could get Miss Bug to be quiet while you guys game. I heard she was trouble again tonight.

    Niki: Thanks. I always wanted to play more with photography. And yesterday I got my wish.

    Stacy: I really love that first one. Makes me smile. Thanks for stopping by.

    Bard: They make photography easier. That's for sure.

    Suzan: Got it on sale, too.

    mshatch: Thank you. I always enjoy your photos as well. You have a great eye and so does your son.

    Chuck: Thanks. It's a Nikon d5100.

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  12. Some great shots of the pooches!

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  13. Aww, your dogs are adorable!

    Congrats on the camera. Nothing like a new toy to amuse!

    Jai

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  14. Sweet! I have enjoyed my D3100 for a year and half now. I think I will upgrade next year. Again, great shots of the pups!

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  15. Say "cheese" - and I love the new banner!

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  16. Ray: Thanks :-)

    Jai: New toys are fun to get, every now and again.

    Chuck: The same day we bought the d5100, the d5200 was announced. but I still decided to keep the d5100. It's a nice camera for the price and I look forward to playing with new lenses.

    Kim: Thanks. Found that awhile ago. Cracks me up.

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  17. Chuck: It's amazing how the pictures look better on a really good computer screen, compared to an older screen. My goodness.

    I'd forgotten to add what kind of camera it was in the post, so I'll do that now. Fun stuff, this camera.

    Have you played with new lenses?

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  18. i love your animal shots, it is wonderful that you can capture their looks for ever...

    sorry i haven't been around lately, i have been stuck in the matrix...

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  19. Retro: Hello to you. How goes little Izzy? Hope things are groovy by you, and that you had a spooky Halloween.

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  20. The dogs are wondering if they get extra treats for being photographed.

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  21. William: An excellent idea.

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  22. Fabulous! That first shot is one for the frame! Cutie pies those two are!

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  23. Lori: Thank you. It's my favorite, as well.

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  24. That is an awesome shot.
    They look so good.

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  25. Paul: Thanks bunches :-)

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