We enjoyed another evening at church with my service and fraternal organization, The Knights of Columbus, at the annual Christmas Dinner. We enjoyed being with other families, good food, and a festive atmosphere. During the day my family went to church to help decorate for the holy day coming up, and my wife and four kids decorated two trees in the church. I was pretty impressed when I heard my wife had the 11 month old on here back while stringing lights!
Well they inspired me to take a look at the trees for something fun to snap! The hardest part of this was getting me out of the reflective surface of the ornaments. So this took a few minutes….and caused my wife to come rescue me from my photographic obsession!
This is yet another photo with my hip bound Oly XZ-1. Processed in Perfect Photo Suite 7. Just a note for you tech junkies… I am shooting RAW with my Point and Shoot. So my files are typically the RAW flat, so I need to post process them. This is just my normal preference and gives me more control over the product. If I had no time to process them, I’d really have no problem with the on board jpeg engine or effects filters. Olympus colors are just great. I often use filters when I am on the road to get an effect without the post shoot work of RAW.
I am leaning to picking up a M4/3 camera as a slightly bigger “hip” camera. That way I’ll have a few accessories that can be used on either camera. We’ll see what the future will bring. For now this is a good tool for my mission.