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Getting acquainted with the camera, or, brace yourselves for a ton of random doll pictures
Sasha Blaze
Kanbei in a sweater I finished last week--yes, it's 100+ degrees here. To quote keiki_boys's Kane, it's lucky resin doesn't sweat.

The sweater still looks too red, and obviously I need to get the tripod out, but this little f/1.8 portrait lens is going to be magic--I can tell already, even in this rough early stage of adjustment to the new equipment. I'm glad I listened to K. at the office, who waxed so enthusiastic about the lens that I decided to buy one.

Dear Pen, looking very good if I do say so myself, even if I did focus on his hands instead of his face:

Sejong gets in touch with his kitsune heritage (ummmm, what's the Korean word for fox?):

Oh yeah, I like the way this lens can focus on a face and blur out everything else. Now, if I can just get the camera steady enough:

And introducing Peter, my recent Sasha acquisition:

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Heh! You're really getting the hang of that rig quickly - these look great and it is SO wonderful to see some of your crew again! Sejong - rowr!

I'm with B - you're the knitting Queen. Uh-huh.

Rrrrrrrrrr . . . you're too kind, because they're almost all nasty and blurry, eeergh. They look like the very first pictures I took with the point-and-shoot two years ago--I just hope my learning curve is a little shorter this time!

I really must make myself knit more and surf online less. For one thing, I would buy a lot less stuff, and for another, I could actually try out all these sweater ideas that drift through my mind. ^_^

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