It’s just the oddest thing—Bossy has a dial on the top of her camera and it looks like this:
For the sake of scientific experimentation, Bossy decided to feature the same photograph taken in all of the different settings to learn about the intricacies of exposure and depth of field. Shall we begin?
The subject is a Saab belonging to Bossy’s son. It is twelve years and 180,000 miles old. Bossy’s son didn’t put all those miles on the car—he piloted approximately 1,000 of them. 1,007 if you count the late night trips to the convenience store to buy his mother Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
The Saab used to belong to Bossy. She purchased the car from a neighbor for $2,000 and drove it for one fabulous roof-window year but then she got annoyed because her 5’ painting ladder wouldn’t fit in the back, even with the rear seat folded down, which it never really does, it just goes down-ish.
Other fun-filled facts: sitting in the back makes everyone nauseous, and the car sort of hums even after the key is removed from the ignition. Where were we? Right—photography:
This is the Saab using the Auto setting:
And this is the Saab using the Portrait setting:
And this is the Saab using the Landscape setting:
And this is the Saba using the Macro setting:
And this is the Snaab using the Action setting:
And this is the Sbaa using the Night Landscape setting:
And this is ckkdorkf dkdo0er ddkdkoe Night Portrait:
Well that certainly clears that up.
Perhaps Bossy needs to select an indoor subject. Speaking of Indoor Subjects, did Bossy tell you that her kids are home from school today? Yes they are—because it is an In-Service day. Oh yes it is. Of course this from the same
school district that recently sent the children home from school in the middle of the day due to the following inclement weather conditions:
That’s right, they dismissed the kids at noon because it was snowing. Somewhere. Maybe Peoria? But anyway. Back to photography.
For Bossy’s next subject she selected a romantic Valentine’s Day still life. These flowers were given to
Bossy Bossy’s daughter. They were a gift from Bossy’s Husband a few kids at school. Let’s get started:
This is the Valentine’s Day still life using the Auto setting:
And this is the Valentine’s Day still life using the Portrait setting:
And this is the using Day the Valentine’s still setting life Landscape:
And this is Bossy putting herself back to bed for a month: