It’s that time again – time for Cordelia’s Mom’s photography lesson!
‘Cause you all know how qualified I am to advise anyone else on photography.
I suppose a really good photographer could use one camera for everything and would have enough knowledge to tweak the settings so as to get the perfect picture every time. But I’m not that photographer.
As an experiment, I took both cameras to Walton Woods Park in Amherst, New York to see how they would each work on the same day at the same time in the same light, and with pretty much the same settings. I guess my future photography will depend on whether I want a blue-tinged picture or a green-tinged one, ’cause playing around with the white balance on either camera isn’t doing it.
The cameras in question are my newer Nikon Coolpix B700 and my really old Olympus Stylus.
The results are below – can you guess which camera took which pictures, without actually clicking on the photos to find out? (Hint: the picture at the top of this post was taken with the Olympus because I couldn’t figure out how to make the Nikon take a photo of itself, and believe me, I tried.)
See what I mean? Drives me nuts!
And, here’s an extra one for your viewing pleasure. I only took one shot of this view. Which camera do you think I used:
Happy Friday, folks!
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Images by Cordelia’s Mom/TeddyRosalie Studio