On Saturday, I gave Edda a haircut so she’ll look good at the hospital. I know that sounds a little strange, but her hair was starting to creep into her eyes and I didn’t want an extra thing bothering her while she was resting and recuperating. You can kind of see her curve as she sits in her chair, her neck always askew and tilted towards the left.
I also spent some time trying out the new camera. I wish I knew from first use if I will love a camera, but it’s hard to know until you’ve worked with it a while. Will I reach for it all the time? Or will it sit collecting dust? It’s kind of the same thing as buying jeans, you never know which ones are going to be your favorite until you wear them for a while. I think I should like this camera because I have great affection for every other camera I get and this is the every other one.
This camera is responsive, small, good in low light. There is a different way of taking pictures with responsive cameras that I’ve forgotten after years of using the iPhone. The kind of photos you can take are so different if I can only remember how to compose them, gotta bring that muscle memory back. Edda’s skin looked better, but not perfect, on Saturday. But today, it looks good.