So tonight as his sister was swimming, yet again says Bob, Bob wanted to stay here rather than go and get bored watching. So I decided now was a good time to take him and let him loose with the camera. We took most of our pictures in landscape but we also learnt how to use portrait, we learnt how to zoom in and out and we even used macro for a few pictures, though I switched this on for him, we will leave that for another day. The very first lesson he was taught was putting the wrist strap round your wrist and tightening it up, I changed the none tightening strap for one off the wii so it does tighten ( and then ordered a new wii one to replace the one I used)
The sun was not out, it was dull and overcast, so the light was not brilliant, no nice reflection in the water or light bouncing off the buildings, but today was not about quality it was about fun and learning.
So here are a selection of the pictures Bob took, a few of them were cropped and a few lightened but apart from that they are all his own work.
Bob loves tractors and trailers, so he was in his element
|side view of the digger|
|the whole digger|
|the tracks of the digger|
|zoomed in to the farm|
|panoramic across the pond|
|zoomed in on the village|
|all rushing for bread thrown in|
|front of white chicken|
|one of the ferrets|
|a macro of bramble thorns|
|macro of a white flower|
|never spotted this growing wild here before|
|zoomed in and cropped, not macro|
and lastly he got a picture of grandma taking a picture.
Not bad for a first attempt. We will see what we can do next time.