PicMonkey is fun for playing with photos. I just upgraded to their Royale plan which gives me access to more editing options for $33 a year. I think that's a good deal, considering how many times I am certain I'll be playing with my photos. I am also practicing with their Cloning tool which Beth was kind enough to show everyone how to use. Thanks, Beth! It does get easier as I practice more.
I've been having some concerns that my Auto Focus on my D7000 isn't working as it should 100% of the time. It's a complex focus system and has many different settings. I have been reading online at different forums about this being an issue for some. I'm trying to sort out whether it's a camera issue or whether I've reset something incorrectly. The last thing I want to do is send my camera in for repairs for "who knows how long" and be without it. Has anyone else worked with their Auto Focus settings on this camera?
Our poppies are blooming on the hills. This was a great subject for playing in PicMonkey, using different effects and adding sweet little butterflies. This editing site is so very easy to use if you aren't able to buy something like Lightroom. It also has some features that are easier to use than the ones LR offers.
How are you doing with Daylight Savings Time? I'm doing okay in the evenings, but the mornings are just too dark for me. Here it is, almost 7:00AM, and it's still too dark to go out and tend to the animals. I'm not liking it so much.
I'm happy for those of you who have been suffering from a long Winter and are finally beginning to see signs of Spring. I look forward to your pretty photos of flowers and green grass. Have a nice Thursday!