Simply celebrating life
David, I took a bit of a different approach to your question... it really brought back some memories for me! I've added a link below. Thanks!girlwiththemask x
Worst camera nightmare for me? Flat out batteries during important moments!!! *pulls.hair*Happy Father's Day David!!!! :)
Flat batteries without the shadow of a doubt, I have done it a couple of times, and really should have learnt my lesson by now. Luckily Rose has got very good at reminding me to check them before I need it!
ahh i wil do this....probably getting with my pants down lol....:-)
I'm new to the blog world - well having my own anyway. I did answer your question and linked from my answer to your question, but I'm not sure how to link from your page to mine. Maybe you can explain how that works??Thanks for the encouragement you give to the newbies out there!!
Do you know what is so wonderful about not being a photographer? In my mind they are all perfect and I never see the flaws there fore there are no nightmares in my dream world, lol...but I'll be interested to read everyone else's replies as so many are wonderfully talented at photography, including you...so I hope to read about your worst photo nightmare!Sandi
Opps...I don't know if this is the right time for Aussie Father's day or not....but Happy Father's day,and I hope it will be a grand one!Me again...
Doesn't take a whole post for that--it was either dropping the camera in the washing machine after our return from Siberia (no film in it, thank goodness.) or the digital filling with condensation and quitting.No, it could be leaving the memory card in the computer when I went to the 3-Day Walk last September. Got a new one when we stoppped at a drug store to get me a knee brace after I wrenched my knee.All three had a good side. No film. Others with cameras along. Daughter had camera along. No photos were lost in these disasters.
My post is in, called Camera Nightmares!
I'm posting my answer on Wednesday but it's not your usual camera nightmare!
Having survived the dead batteris and no place to go nightmare, I have moved onto filming an interview and then erasing it in the camera. One thing I have learned is that if it is possible to do worse, I will. No frontier left behind. Happy Father's Day!
I've wanted to participate in previous Weekend Wanderings - this time I couldn't resist I knew what I had to share a moment that would not win me Mom of the Year, but it's always good for a laugh.
Hey David...You brought back some really horrible memories with this one... Thank God I've learned a bit since them. Like use a professional lab.Here ya go.
I'm a little late to the party, and as always it has my own little twist... but here's minehttp://www.camikaos.com/2008/06/lack-of-photographic-evidence.html
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