You are probably wondering if I have forgotten about "Fhoto Friday." No, I haven't! But life has been extremely full. And to make up for the absence of photography posts on the Friday's over the past few months, I was really hoping to have a packed post today; but life has a way of changing hopes.
Our wash machine is broken, and for the past eight days we've been trying to get it fixed, with no success. In a family of 15, eight days is the max for going without clean laundry. So this morning I ended up filling three overflowing laundry hampers and four garbage sacks and spent the morning at the laundry mat plugging quarters and washing clothes. And because I don't have much time tonight, you'll have to be satisfied with something short and random. But we have clean clothes -- so you all should be happy, anyway.
I know I am. [grin]
A random heads up:
For those of you who enjoyed the most recent photography class that HP offered, they have begun another one! This time on Camera Composition: changing your perspective. Once again a lot of basics are covered, but if you are a beginner and trying to learn, it is sometimes a challenge to know where to start! Some very excellent material is covered in the little bit of this course that I have seen.
Disclaimer: Due to the class being in progress, I have not been able to preview all the content. Although this site is reasonably safe, I am not responsible for content that is not appropriate. Proceed at your own discretion.
Question & answer:
Where do you develop your pictures? And what is the best quality development you have used?
Currently, I am just using Walmart's photo center, mostly for convenience sake. I know there are several places online that have excellent quality, though I have not taken the time to pursue them yet. [snapfish -- winkflash -- shutterfly -- mpix -- just to name a few.] Since I have not done much in this area at all, I'd love to hear input from the rest of you. What do you use? And what have you found works best? I'd love to hear your comments!