I can't decide which of these three shots I like best. This one is without the flash.  You can see the rich color of the Maker's and see the legs running down the glass.  Also, you can almost read all of the caption at the bottom of the glass "The ...

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  1. Maker's Mark
  2. Christ on Cross Picture
  3. Around the House
  4. Snow Day
  5. White Balance Photography Lesson
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Maker's Mark

I can't decide which of these three shots I like best.This one is without the flash.  You can see the rich color of the Maker's and see the legs running down the glass.  Also, you can almost read all of the caption at the bottom of the glass "The Glencairn Glass"This one I took with the Flash Exposure Compensation turned down a couple of notches.  I like the way it turned out.  This is
    

Christ on Cross Picture

I knew this would be really tough to shoot. So, while playing with my flash and lighting I tried to get a picture of this piece of art.  At first I thought I liked the one on the left with no flash better because the one with the flash looks blown out.  But, I think I should probably have worked with the flash compensation to turn down the flash a little and taken an in-between shot.
    

Around the House

I attended a meeting of the West Chester Photography Club on Tuesday and they have an assignment to take pictures around the house this month and submit them for review. I'm really having trouble finding good shots to take in the house.  So, today I played around with trying to just get the best shots I could of some subjects that I thought might be pretty tough to shoot.  Of the almost 80
    

Snow Day

School's out for Kayla.  I guess that means no one else works, either.
    

White Balance Photography Lesson

Again taking some shots of the remodeled bathroom, I decided to work with the white balance setting on my camera.  Until I read the book I recently read, I had no idea what this setting was for or how to use it.  My P&S usually does a fine job selecting the white balance based on the automatic setting, or so I thought.  But, what I realize now is that often when I was getting bad results in low
    

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