Monday, December 28, 2009

read the manual!


I've had this camera forever and I just figured out how to adjust the macro setting for closer focusing.

13 comments:

Phyllis said...

I am sure my camera does this too, but I have not figured it out yet. Maybe I should.

These colors are exquisite and the stitching so rich. I like to be able to see it in this way, the overlapping and the process.

a.n.t. said...

Manual...what's a manual...I knew a Manuel once...he was soooo verrrry helpful in closeups...[insert purring sigh]

The stitching - quel riche, un chose de beaute...toujours...
a.n.t.

tangled stitch said...

You've made me want to read my camera manual myself, and I love the detail of the piece! Wonderful!

jude said...

yes. detail. the detail is important. better.

arlee said...

YES

landofdreaming said...

oh beautiful!
Jill

tiedyejudy said...

Awesome! If I read my manual, will my stitching look like that? Wow! ;->

Deb said...

Yes -details..at arms length all we can do is pull it closer.

Leslie said...

Well, I am so glad that you read the manual. Very kewl and it shows your stitching to such an advantage!

Judy Martin said...

I love this piece both close up an far away. All the newish dot ones are so playful and Deb-like. Congratulations on learning about the macro lens - am off to find my own manual now.

Karoda said...

you mean there is something besides praying i get it right and point and shoot????? i might try this new thing just looking at the great results you've gotten with it!

Doina said...

Have a happy, colourfull, joyfully detailed New Year, and may your wishes and hopes come vividly true in 2010 :)

Jane LaFazio said...

Lovely! (will you come to my house and show me how to make my camera do that too?)
Love that hand stitching!