The quick brown fox jumped over the good, but lazy Parker family.
for several months now, i’ve been poking fun at my “crappy” canon 20d — mainly because i’m pretty sure my iphone, even though it cost half as much, has a better zoom and twice the resolution.
so, i threw my 20d under the bus — well, more specifically, i tossed it to my camera deprived father — and my beloved family got me a brand-spanking new 6d for my birthday. it’s unreal how well this camera performs in low light, not to mention the cropping that i can do now that my resolution has quadrupaled.
i, quite literally, don’t know what to do with myself i’m so happy.
when we staged our old place for sale, our real estate agent told us to put up artwork that made people think about the neighborhood — so we dowloaded a bunch of photos from flickr, framed them, and put them on our wall. and, we never got around to swapping them out once we moved.
after a weekend of photo selection (and printing via mpix) we now have honest-to-God family photos hanging on the wall.