First camera class was tonight.
Evidently I'm doing a lot of things wrong.
First, I own a Nikon. I was surrounded by Canon owners. There were only a few other Nikons in the whole group.
I felt like I was a Red Sox fan in Yankee territory.
Second, I have my file size set too small. "Why do you have your file size set to small?" asked the instructor. "Because I shoot a lot of pictures and I don't keep many of them and I rarely print anything," says I, rather innocently.
Whoop, whoop, whoop. Alarms go off and the next thing I know, the instructor is using me as an example of one of her pet peeves, which is...
Third, people who don't print pictures.
I just never think to do it. I rarely find a pic I think is print worthy. But she made a good point. What pictures will our children and grandchildren look at in the future if we don't print anything?
I guess I'll have to start printing some of them.
See? I can change.
Fourth, I hold my camera all wrong. Now she's making me hold it in a way that feels uncomfortable and unnatural and wrong, wrong, wrong.
Apparently, it's amazing I've been shooting pics at all.