Friday, September 26, 2008

Madi

I promise I have more than one child. It seems like I only have pictures of Madi, but my sister sent me these from my nephews football practice. Wow, what a difference a good camera makes! I want her camera! I think it was a Nikon.

So, what kind of camera do you shoot with?

11 comments:

3 Peanuts said...

Nikon D-80:) These are beautiful photos.

Amanda-The Family News! said...

I DID shoot with a Canon something... until Avery broke it. Now I am borrowing moms because I would be totally lost with no camera at all!

The Golf Widow said...

Nikon,too. Madi is just the perfect subject.....ready to ham it up!

Jennifer said...

I usually use my phone camera, LOL. But hubby has a Canon. I've heard the Nikon is great......I wonder if they go sale. Like a really good sale. LOL

The Johnson Fam said...

Cute pics.. yes, a good camera can make all the difference in the world. I have a Nikon D200 & D300, but I also use them daily for work. I would suggest starting with a D40 or D80. Email me if you have specific ?'s. Have a great weekend!

Rebecca Jo said...

WOW - those are beautiful pictures. It helps that the model is adorable too! But I'm looking for a new camera myself. You'll have to find out what kind this is.

Belle said...

Thanks for stopping by. Madi is beautiful, as all of your girls!

Grits said...

I shoot wtih a Nikon D80 (just switched from a Canon) and I LOVE it! Your girls are gorgeous, btw...

Debo88 said...

Well, you know that mimi always uses a Canon, but I should have bought a Nikon. I think having beautiful children helps!

Monogramchick said...

I have a Canon 10D with an image stabilization lens and LOVE it! I learned SLR photography on a Nikon but think I'm in love with my Canon.

Mel said...

Nikon all the way baby, the d80 would last you a lot longer ( of the nifty new d90 with video built in, live view..yumm..I love cameras! )..the d40 only auto focuses on lens with AF-S (silent wave motor)..so go with a D60 or above if you are planning on getting more lens over time (like a 50mm 1.4 ap..sharp..fast.fairly cheap).. ! Then grab the book understanding exposure and learn how to use manual mode..auto sucks :-P LOVE YA!