Remember when I lost my fancy Nikon camera in New York at the BlogHer ’12 conference? It still hurts, man, it still stings…
I’m gonna get to why I have these weird pictures up here in a second, but I just couldn’t bear to spend that much again right now on another DSLR, but I needed a camera for this blog and also for video…
We start shooting the Mother Bloggers web series I’m doing next week and I’m shooting my little part from home.
So I bought this little tiny digital camera, the Samsung PL100 (I paid for it myself, they didn’t sponsor this post) for about 125 dollars online (it’s now on sale for $99.00- of course.)
I really got it because it has a small video screen on the front (as well as the bigger one on the back) where you can see what you’re shooting, even with self portraits or Vlogging (video blogging), which I plan to do more of on this site, too…
So today I finally read the instructions because my first pictures were sucking! (See pic of Bexon and the Power Ranger on yesterday’s post. It’s kinda fuzzy, not clear enough.)
ANYHOO, it turns out I had to put it on the HD setting. That fixed it. Whew! I thought I bought a lemon. And that’s how I found these funny frames inside the camera, called Magic Frames. They’re pretty ridiculous and totally fun.
This is my husband Nick’s back behind me, working on his computer in our office. He’s “mooning” me, bwahahaha! Sorry.
This is my haunted clown, Mr. Happyballs, going all rock star on us…keep your ego in check, balls.
This is my kid ignoring me as he sits at the computer…
And here he is, posing for the unhappiest Christmas card ever…
I made the daily news! (I was probably arrested.)
My metal chicken made it outside for a sunny day, The Bloggess would be proud.
Now I’m on an old timey record, but look at the title…ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY! Have you guys been telling Samsung about me?
Now I’m in a puddle! Why are we in puddles? Is this the new thing in photography, being underwater?
Overall, I’m liking my new toy and the images look a lot clearer. Awesome silly perk of these funny frames for pictures, too.
Over and out, I have to dry off and take my chicken off the line.