Monday, September 21, 2009

Everyone loves a blooper!


Just look at the detail on those trees!
(The macro feature continues to confound Kathleen)




Today, I deliver on a double dare .



And so does my fine friend Derrick of Melrose Musings .


And, I hope, a few of you as well.


Here, for your viewing pleasure, are some of my most embarrassing forays into the world of digital photography.

Because, as we all know, nobody's perfect!

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Nora, will you please hold still!

(Trampled by a 75-pound Rottweiller mix, Kathleen attempts iPhone photography)


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Scotty, exactly what part of "beam me up"
did you not understand?

(Kathleen captures The Great St. Agnes Academy Senior Class Vanishing Act)

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My, what weird, er, bright eyes
you have there, Miss Charlotte!

(Kathleen works on perfecting her use of the red-eye correction feature)

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Julie asks for a picture for posterity
 of THE perfect strawberry

(The macro feature continues to confound Kathleen)

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A plague of radioactive fire flies
descends on Minneapolis neighborhood

(Another failed attempt to use the iPhone to capture fabulous light show in the sky)

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Oh, who cares about a little skin in the end?

(Kathleen has no idea what she was trying to do here)

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And the bride opts for a halo rather than a veil

(Kathleen accepts that she will never make it in wedding photography)

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So there you have it.
Now, go check out Derrick's part of the double-dare meme.

(Psst...don't let him show me up, ok?)
Send me your links
and I'll add them here.
Go on now, give us your worst shot!
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Go on, have a look:

From Jennifer at Jennifer on the verge


10 comments:

♥ Braja said...

Looks like a normal day's shootin' to me...
:))

steven said...

delicious kathleen - thanks for starting my morning off with a chance to laugh - not at you mind you, but with you. it's great to see our selves in a funny light isn't it. steven

Rudee said...

If I could access my photos, I'd give you a run for your money.

Love the bride's halo.

Alix said...

I'm sorry. I know I'm not supposed to like those photos because they are "inferior," but they're just funky enough to make me smile.

Except for Charlotte's laser eyes. That one you can keep. LOL!

Jennifer Griffin-Wiesner said...

Here you go, my friend. Thanks for the fun.

http://jenniferontheverge.blogspot.com/2009/09/its-bad-picture-day.html

Derrick said...

Hi Kathleen,

A bumper crop here! I'm sure you'll get the hang of the macro button soon. I like the vanishing students and the bride's halo!

Janie said...

The bride's halo and the eerie eyes have to be the winners!
I've put up a few of ours. If I'd known about this sooner, I'd have a lot worse to share...

http://uthappytrails.blogspot.com

Linda said...

Kathleen,
You helped me feel like there is hope for my photography, thank you. The off button is right beside the snap button on our camera. I come home from a photo shoot and wonder why I have no photos. (Maybe because I kept turning the camera off instead of snapping pictures.) The ones I manage to take usually look blurry, especially around the edges. I love your light show in the night sky. I could have taken that, provided I didn't hit the off button. The meme was great fun! Thank you.

Joanna said...

Gee, unfortunately I've deleted them--hundreds of them. But what fun to see that others have the same problems as I do. I'm still struggling with the area of focus for the closeups.

Nishant said...

delicious kathleen - thanks for starting my morning off with a chance to laugh - not at you mind you, but with you. it's great to see our selves in a funny light isn't it. steven
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