Thursday, 26 May 2011

No clue




New camera (and glasses) and no clue :)) I hope I can figure it out. Since I am a point and shoot kind of woman, not at all interested in the technology, I've invested in a Nikon D7000... I can't say if it is a good camera or not - yet, but I sure hope so.

36 comments:

amanda jane said...

oh my goodness gracious. I love your new glasses! You are such a doll.

Rebekah Leigh said...

your new glasses are beautiful! I'm a glasses wearer and I know have glasses envy!:-)

irene said...

jag gillar dina nya glasögon :)

Jan | Poppytalk said...

i love your new glasses - they look awesome on you!

Kristen Donegan said...

I have the D3100 and can say after a bit of fiddling around and finding the basic settings - it takes great pictures, I am really happy w/ the Nikon and I am most definitely a point and shoot "type"...in fact I still have my old point and shoot just in case ;)

PS- the glasses suit you- you look like your ready for your workshop coming up!!

Lumii said...

De todas maneras con tu ojo haras fotos bellas!.

La tecnica al servicio del ojo del hombre (y de la mujer en este caso!)

Gracias por tu mensaje

lizzie said...

you are more adorable than humanly possible.

barbarabeesblog said...

Lovely glasses and I bought a new (difficult) camera on tuesday! Good luck for the manual for both of us!

Geninne said...

You're So cute :) Have fun during your workshop! I wish I could be there.

thesweetbeast said...

I just bought a D7000 a month or so ago. It's wonderful! I'm still learning, still feeling like I have no clue what I'm doing with it, but I know I love it!
Good luck. I'm sure you'll be doing amazing things with it in no time :).

Jasmin said...

no clue but looking good :-)
love your glasses. have a nice workshop!

Charlyn W said...

Camilla! You're sooo beautiful!
Umm, I think you have more than a clue! hahaa

;)

A Charmed Life said...

You look lovely. You'll defo love your camera as soon as you've figured out how to use it :)

Best, Maja

ronnie said...

I invested in a nikon D90 a few years ago (the D7000 is apparently the model set to eventually replace the D90 in nikon's DSLR range).... gotta say - I LOOOOOOVE my nikon.... after the first steep learning moments - I've found that its both easy to use, really versatile and takes a mighty good shot (even in v difficult circumstances... including having me as the photographer!)

if you love your D7000 half as much as I love my D90, you'll be super happy!

Mae said...

So is Nikon good? :D

Yoli said...

I like the images here very much.

Jennifer said...

I love your new spectacles! I also just got a new pair this week (from Warby Parker) and would love to have a great DSLR to shoot with as well. Have fun with your fantastic new camera, and your new stylish glasses--love your self-portrait :)

lisen said...

fina brillor!
kul med ny kamera!

barbara said...

what a super nice photo and love your glasses - very sexy and smart!

I understand your problem, I tend to be overwhelmed by too much features/opportunities and technologies, and still prefer my old point and shoot camera...

have fun!

Annton Beate Schmidt said...

"no clue" looks gorgeous in your case!

nathalie et cetera said...

I can't believe you did all your previous photos with a point and shoot! I can just imagine what you can do with your new toy once you get to know it a little.

and the glasses are gorgeous!

Tilda B. Hervé said...

the glasses are so charming!!!

Samantha said...

Oh! I just got a new camera too! I am also trying to figure it out, but it's been fun so far. I'm sure yours will be great for you - enjoy!

In cucina said...

Your photographies makes me feel good. Thank you very much!!

LC said...

I own a Nikon D40, which I don't believe even exists anymore. But, I love it. Have fun learning about your new camera!

cara said...

Looking very stylish! I still haven't figured out my DSLR. It all gets to complicated and I head back to my trusty film.

enannanhelena said...

Tro mig, som en som har jobbat med glasögon i många år, jag tror bestämt att du har EN clue, minst. Ser bra ut... (gissa om man hörde den i optikerbutiken, ca tio gånger per dag...:)

/helena

louise said...

Best of luck with both the glasses and camera, I'm sure both will be a success. xolj

Liv said...

Nya linser på alla fronter, grattis!

Paulette said...

So wonderful to see the woman behind the post. I don't comment much but I read it regularly, and you've really influenced the way I'm thinking about how I live in my space and channeling my inner visual artist Thanks for such a great blog Camilla!

Anonymous said...

YOU LOOK AMAZING!!! Next workshop I will be the first on the list!! hope you have a wonderful week.

love from london, claire x

nina said...

you look sexy with those glasses :0 :)
I hear you about the camera, but who knows maybe it will end up your favorite. And if not just go back to the snapshot camera.

Claire M. said...

We have the same camera ;)

gulavillan said...

Snygga brillor, looking good on you!

Hoppas du får en fin sommar!

Samira

Rethia Syahril said...

Hi Camilla, I just saw your blog. Love the pictures.
I also had Nikon D7000 since May 2011 and love it. It is a good camera. You can also read the review from Ken Rockwell in http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d7000.htm. He also like his D7000. I also had a manual book somewhere from a website because my manual book is in Deutsch and I don't really speak that language.
Hope to see more pictures from your D7000 :).

Cally said...

You totally suit those glasses!