More *ist-D "whee!" babble

P. J. Alling webster26 at mindspring.com
Sat May 31 09:32:12 EDT 2008


Some people are beyond help.  You tried and still make money, what could 
be better?

David J Brooks wrote:
> There is a woman who has a young daughter on the shows i shoot, and
> carries around a Canon Rebel. I don't hold that against her.:-)
>
> Even though she takes her daughters pictures, she always checks that i
> will be to, as she said" Yours are great, mine are all fuzzy and
> blurry."
>
> At the show last weekend, she said the same thing so i asked her, what
> mode ar eyou shooting, shutter priority, ap priority etc.
>
> She said Auto, thats the only mode she has used since buying the camera.
>
> I told her how changing that, should, help her pictures, but she did
> not know how to do it, nor cared much to even try.
>
> Not sure what my point is, but it results in a sale every time.:-)
>
> Dave
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> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 3:06 PM, Godfrey DiGiorgi <godders at mac.com> wrote:
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>> People obtaining a digital camera for the first time generally have a
>> giggle just banging the shutter a lot and enjoying the freedom it
>> allows.
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