I was there last year. I like number 3
We took that trip last year and it was great. I agree with the comment about sitting in the open car. Much better for photos. ]
Thank you. I have Photoshop elements 6 on my computer. It almost did everything I wanted before I updated to the Adobe combined program(s). I would think the newest version would do much more.
I have the Adobe package that I pay a monthly fee for. The only program I use is Photoshop. I am shooting RAW images and open them in Photoshop. I don't think I take enough pictures to justify paying the monthly fee for the Adobe package. Would I be better off to purchase the newest version of Photo Elements? Thank you. Earl
Than you. I just tried it and it worked.
Can anyone tell me how to turn off the pop up flash on this camera. Shoot the majority of time in the auto mode. Thank you.
Great shots. I was there in October also.
In consideration of your recommendation I have made a change to the original photo.
Wishing everyone a Happy Veterans Day from my home in Texas.
Great shots. I was there in August and had a good time with my camera.
We have 20 turkey in our yard every day. We have a few deer behind our property. I put some Nite guards on a pole that seem to keep the deer away at night.
We live in a gated community and the deer and the turkey are like pets.
Thank you. I have attached a family of turkey from this spring. Turkey are here every day to eat bird seed and drink from the bird baths. Picture was taken through the kitchen window.
I live in Texas and it is very hot and dry now. I started placing a lid of water, under the bird feeder for the rabbits. Today I was able to get a picture of one of them drinking. The wild turkey also come everyday to drink from the bird baths and to eat the bird seed.
I scanned over 500 slides with the Epson Perfection V600 and was very happy with the results.
We are going on a 15 day National parks bus trip this year. Yellowstone, Arches, Mt Rushmore, Grand Canyon, etc. I shoot with a Nikon D5300 camera. I have a Nikon 18-55, and a 55-200. I am looking at adding the 200-500. In addition I like to take pictures of birds and wildlife. I would appreciate your thoughts.