Sunday, June 20, 2010

Happy Father's Day


Happy Father's Day to a WONDERFUL father and husband.  Tristan and I are so lucky to have you in our lives.  We love you more than you will ever know!

2 comments:

Crystal said...

Hi Jodie - this isn't really a comment on this post, but I wanted to ask you a couple of questions about your Nikon D3000 and couldn't find another way to contact you! You commented on my blog awhile ago (when I was beginning to camera shop) that you really loved it. I was originally going to go the point and shoot route, but am now considering something a little fancier ... another friend also recommended this same camera.

I am so confused by the whole zoom thing. I read some info on Best Buy and it looks like the regular camera has a 3x zoom. Then they have a package where it comes with a 55mm-200mm lens. So that is obviously more of a zoom lens but I have no idea what that translates to in terms i can understand. The point and shoots use totally different terminology and it's all so confusing. I can't see myself needing tons of zoom, just want to be able to shoot across the backyard to get candids of the kids playing or to get nice shots at a t-ball or swimming lessons. Do you have an extra lens or does the basic body work for you?

Also, do you think it's a really heavy camera? Or a pain to take places?

Do you pretty much use the automatic settings or do you fiddle with all the settings? I feel like a total idiot reading the reviews of these things, these people who review cameras might as well be speaking another language.

I would appreciate any help you can give me!!! My email address is crystalchik1@hotmail.com

And I hope you are doing well - you haven't posted in awhile!

Maya - PhD by Publication said...

Congratulations for a great family. Happy Father’s Day to your hubby and I love seeing you glow with your happy family life. If time comes I will have a family of my own, I wish I have one like yours. I would not mind if I’ll be given only one child. It would be a great blessing already.

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