This is a totally random post. J and I had our two year wedding anniversary a couple of days ago and we celebrated by cooking at home, sipping champagne and decorating the tree. Last year we were bah-humbugs and didn't get a tree. The year before, we were on our honeymoon.
I have decided that this shall be our new wedding anniversary tradition from now on. It was so much fun. It made us both feel all happy and homey. Could have been the champagne, too.
Anyway, I played around with the camera and took these photos. I thought I'd share since I'm trying to be more adventurous with camera settings. I took several photography classes in high school and college but I remember nothing about all the manual settings. I'm guilty of having a really nice camera and shooting in automatic mode all the time.
These photos are totally unedited and were taken in a dark room with only the tree lights on. I used the aperture priority mode, adjusting aperture and exposure compensation. They're a little blurry. And completely unoriginal.
But still fun.
Anyone want to share what mode they like to shoot in? Or any favorite camera settings?
Happy, homey wishes to you!