Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Lake County Fiber Arts Fair Photography Class



These lovelies were captured on my walk today. If only everything was as easy to photograph as flowers. It is almost cheating to publish these images. How can you miss? I used my Sony digital camera.

It is safe to say that my old Fuji camera was my favorite. It didn't know how to take a bad picture. I am still learning about this Sony. I have to say that the storm cloud images from Minnesota last week, were all due to the Landscape feature on my Sony. I'll give it credit for those. Overall, however, I wish my old Fuji was still operable.

Which leads me to my news. Karen was over knitting with me this morning. She singlehandedly, (the knit hand that is) saved a loose stitch from my shawlette, taught me the Bee Stitch for potential use with my sister's blanket, and mentioned the class at the coming Lake County Fiber Fest....

Franklin, of IT ITCHES, fame, is teaching the class. It is a photography class. Now, Donna Boucher, I still have a goal to take one of your classes, but this one is so close! There was only one slot left for the class of 15. And ...I ... got .....in! It is a Friday class, so I can attend.

I am so excited about this venture. Just meeting Franklin will be wonderful. Learning how to take better knit blog pictures will be such fun.

Many thanks to Karen for this timely tip! I feel very lucky indeed.

8 comments:

Channon said...

OOOOOOHHHHH!

That sounds awesome. Have a wonderful time and tell us EVERYTHING, right???

Katherine said...

I love your photos. I think the new camera does a super job! It will be fun to see what changes after the class.

C.C. Almon said...

Beautiful!

Grace said...

Give Franlin a kiss on his bald little bean for me!!!! You are so lucky!!!!

Beverly said...

I agree with you. I love and miss my Fuji Finepix. It took the best pictures.

sapphireblue said...

I need some pointers there.

Dee said...

Oh, I am SO jealous! Be sure to tell us all about Franklin's class.

Have FUN!

Lynneb said...

Oh, I SO want to take pictures like you!

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