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Old 11-22-2012, 07:51 AM   #22242
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Just finished Thanksgiving dinner... We broke our tradition of Thanksgiving Sushi, and had Campbell's Cream of Tomato soup and Grilled Cheddar Cheese sandwiches on home-made bread. We've been eating too much sushi lately anyway... and I haven't had a dinner like this is more than 25 years. I was inspired by ?'s post of having tomato soup the other day... This was my comfort food as a kid! And my wife had never tasted either cream of tomato soup nor grilled cheddar and tomato sandwiches before so it was a brand new experience for her! Now I'm sitting back with a glass of rum, and finishing up some e-mails before watching a movie.

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Wow. Way too much for my little digital camera. Well, for me anyway. There are so many settings that I just point and shoot. *ducks head* My son had a variety lenses etc and is always experimenting with shots and settings. He bought this camera for me, thinking that I would learn to get much better photos.
As long as you're happy with the results you get, that all you need a camera to do! Frankly, I often set my camera on full automatic so it's really just a bigger and heavier 'point and shoot.' If you remember the three basic rules of composition; Chose a Subject, Simplify the Subject, and Fill the Frame with the Subject, and have a good automatic setting on your camera, you can't miss. You can take great photos with a cell phone camera!

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