Thursday, 5 February 2015

My Samsung NX 2000

Today I thought I'd share some pictures that I've taken with my absolutely amazing camera, a Samsung NX 2000, given to me by my grand-uncle. Thanks SO much Chek Kong! :)

This camera has so many neat settings! Today I'm going to show different 4 settings; I might show some more another time. 

The first one is one of my favourites. (I have to admit, I've got a LOT of favourites :P) This setting is called watercolour. I am able to take pictures and make it look like a watercolour painting. It's really cool!

Here is the original picture of Maple.

And this is after editing!



The second one is called miniature. Not too sure why though! If you look closely at the picture, you will notice that the centre (where Maple is) is perfectly clear and the sides are blurred up.

This setting was called retro. (I think) Just a different colour setting. 

 And then there was classic aka black-and-white. This is a big favourite!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like you're having lots of fun! :) Have you ever thought of trying a "365 Day" challenge? You are supposed to take a picture every day for 356 days. My best friend is doing it for her third year and it's really fun to see what she captures. If you are interested in seeing her blog, contact me and I'll send you the link. :)


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