I haven't been to the real beach(the ocean) for almost 5 years. 2 weeks ago, I finally stepped foot on the ocean. It felt so like home.
Since my camera is all new to me, (my first ever DSLR yet) and I haven't taken the time to read the manual and look at the video instructions about my camera's settings,or google about it(hopefully I'll get to it very soon), I took a shot and it turned out overexposed. I accidentally had the settings to letter S for I think the shutter speed when I thought I wanted it for sports or action. The photo down below of Don holding Trey in the middle of the water is one of the photos I captured in the wrong setting. The other ones of Trey that was holding the real live fish in his hand was sadly too overexposed picniking couldn't help it. I used picnik to make it darker because it was too bright and still it is too bright. I framed it so I could see the edge of the photo. But I think it turned out okay. Now I already know the button for the sports or continuous shots hence the motion photos of last Friday.
My sister's husband caught a fish and showed it to Trey. Trey was at the moment not interested about the fish.
The little fish became a pet for a short time while we were on the beach. We let it go back to the ocean before we left.