Monday, March 28, 2005

2 Sheep


I was a nutcase last year when it came to cameras. I was on eBay for months buying up various compact film cameras - the Stylus, a really cool Fuji F2.8 zoom date, a Leica Minilux Zoom, an excellent Yashica T4 Super and the sophisticated Ricoh GR1s. I brought 3 of them to Australia and New Zealand and took about 24 rolls of film. The prints were great, the digital copies not so wonderful. I bought Photoshop Elements 3 and am finally getting around to editing my trip pictures. This is a trial. In Kaikoura on the South Island, we happened upon a sheep shearing show at The Point BnB. These little guys were waiting their turn to be sheared.

2 comments:

Stephanie said...

They're pretty cute little ladies. I'm sure they were very happy to donate their wool to the knitters of the world! I think I fixed my link to your blog so it isn't stuck on March 4th, which makes me very happy.

Agnes said...

Cute sheep!
About the thumbnail pictures, they are very easy to make especially when you already have Photoshop. You just resize the photos to 40X40 pixels. But since they would be small, so it's better for you to crop the original photos to get the most interesting parts to be resized. For putting them onto the sidebar, instead of typing the names of the projects, you just put the links to the thumbnails. Do I make myself clear here? Email me (sengalam at yahoo dot com) if you have other questions ... but I'm sure you can do it ... since even I can! hahaha ...