Well duh...that's what happens when you push the wrong button

I spent two solid hours today taking pictures of pendants (to list)
and some necklaces ( to post, then list ).
When I say taking pictures, I mean sitting cross legged on the floor with my mini tripod
in front of my homemade light box....for two solid hours.
I'm not as young as I used to be, so after about the first hour or so,
sitting cross legged on the floor gets to be less fun.
Anywho, when I was done taking the pictures,
which looked great in the camera monitor, I uploaded them
(or downloaded them?) to the computer and promptly decided that
buying my new camera maybe hadn't been such a great idea.
The colors were wonky and everyone of them was too dark,
nothing like they had looked on the camera monitor.
After ranting to my Honey for about 20 minutes about how I
shouldn't have to do massive amounts of PhotoShop redo
 to get my pictures to look right, he discovered that I had somehow
accidentally adjusted my "exposure compensation"
to almost as low as it would go, so I was under-exposing every photo. LOL!

SO.... after taking the kids for a walk to get some of the kinks out,
 I sat back down on the floor cross legged for two more hours and
took some pictures:~)

Time to share what I did over the last couple of days.


This was my first use of my Autumn Leaves.
When I showed it to Honey, he liked it,
but we did have a strange talk about symmetry.
Apparently he likes symmetry☺

So then I made this one.

It has symmetry;~)

Then I made what may be my favorite necklace so far.

It doesn't hurt that fall colors and earth tones are my color palette of choice.
☺☺☺

Comments

  1. Ack @ the accidental camera setting and 4 hours in the floor~ Those are pics are stunning though!

    As are those necklaces~ Love that last one especially.

    Those leaves are TDF.

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  2. Beautiful creations. Love the fall colors and your designs!!

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