- Sep 20, 2018
I hope my post didn't sound like whining and complaining. The shhort answer is I just don't like waiting
The striking redhead handed me an envelope and said, "Goodnight, Mr. Templar. I'll take a rain check on that offer of a drink. I don't expect the hundred I gave you to be enough to learn who killed my husband, so ring if you need more. But the killer must be found before I attend the opening of Rigoletto. That awful voice on the phone said I'd die like Gilda, stabbed and stuffed in an old sack, and I won't even get to sing an aria."
More often than not, it's more about finding the right location than the ultra settings. Ultra is only necessary if you specifically want shadows. That Mystic Forest pic I did was on Medium-High.I'm jealous of those of you who are talented, have a good computer, and a good connection. When I try for something nice my computer and connection bog down and get so slow and jerky, so I usually don't bother and just take a simple snapshot
No worries -I'm in exactly the same boat. I look over most of the photos posted to flickr and scratch my head b/c I have no idea what it takes to get a state-of-the-art modern photo these days.I hope my post didn't sound like whining and complaining. The shhort answer is I just don't like waiting