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Tag Archives: Olympus
There are so many different kinds of photography editing software, and I’ve been checking some out. First, there’s the really old software that came with my little Olympus point-and-shoot camera – that’s always been my go-to software because it’s so … Continue reading
Silly me. Four years later, I finally discovered the old Olympus point-and-shoot camera my daughters gave me has a Super Macro setting. Check these out: And just for fun, a couple of other photos taken with that older, easier-to-use camera: … Continue reading
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. Not. I suppose a really good photographer could use one camera for everything and … Continue reading