2-17-12 I took this photo of my bedroom window with my (dreamy) Diana lens mounted on my Nikon. I originally saw the lens on Photojojo, but bought mine from Amazonbecause of the price difference. You will also need an adaptor for the Diana lens, the adaptor only comes for Canonsand Nikonsright now.
49/365: ISO: 400 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/125
49.5/365: ISO: 400 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/125
2-18-12 I took a ton of baby lamb and mama sheep photos this week over at my grandpa's down the street. They are so irresistible, I couldn't stay away. I think I'll continue taking photos of this spring to show how they grow and change. ;)
50, 51/365: (All of these) ISO: 400 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/200
2-19/20-12 Went back and took TONS of photos on Sunday as well as Monday because it was President's Day and I didn't have to work. I. Love. Those. Cats. They are so funny with the lambs, they even play with them a bit. :)
52/365: ISO: 1000 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/160
2-21-12 A fancy fork bracelet my mom gave me for Christmas. It's so much more intricate than my fork bracelets. :)
53/365: ISO: 2000 f/1.8 Shutter Speed: 1/200
2-22-12 Went back to my grandpa's after work to test my NEW camera a bit. (Ahh! I upgraded to a Nikon D7000. I love my D40, but there were a lot of things it couldn't do that were starting to really bother me. I had the darndest time getting indoor photos without a whole light setup. Plus, I've been saving up in my Etsy store for a while now and I decided to just go for it. :) I've been reading the manual this weekend and I am so excited to work with this camera. I can already tell it is a lot more intuitive for the settings and there will be a lot less guessing and checking for photos. I refuse to insult this camera by putting it in auto, so I've got to figure out what things are updated and better compared to the D40. :)
54/365: ISO: 400 f/2.0 Shutter Speed: 1/1250
2-23-12 A scarf-covered purse strap that I made/assembled at work on Thursday. :)
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