Grubbing at Tijuana Flats. This was our first time there so we didn't know what to order. Well I did..only because I checked out their nutritional info and their steak burrito was under 400 calories so I decided to get it. It didn't look as appealing as my husbands dish! Keenan was excited to see all the food lol.
Flautas! These were so good and crispy. My husband asked one of the workers how to eat these! LOL i was like what the.. She said to dip it in the queso and then into the veggies. Why do the good things in life have to be fattening? :P
I have been getting a lot of questions about my camera and camera suggestions.
First off let me say that I went to college for half a year for photography. Although it wasn't long, it taught me much about exposures and shutter stops. I've worked with shooting studio pictures and outdoor events. ..and if you know me, i hate shooting weddings! Only because they are long and it is very demanding.
My first SLR (single lens reflect) camera that I ever owned was a Nikon. It wasn't digital but it was a good practice. I learned how to develop photos in black rooms and the whole ordeal. Then I got married after I left and my husband bought me my first digital SLR which was the Nikon D40. I must say this and it is important, that if you want a digital SLR and have never worked with them, get this or a Canon Rebel low grade. The ones that cost under $600. They are definitely worth it in my opinion because they have an Auto function that allows you to point and shoot.
My second one after the D40 was a Nikon D300. It ranges anywhere from $1000 -$1300 for the body alone. This camera is semi-professional. It's not up there with the top notches but it definitely has a ton of awesome functions. It was really heavy which I hated but it took awesome pictures. This camera does not have an auto function and you have to manually do everything.
And now I have my Canon Xt1. It is awesome because it has an auto function and HD recording. I can record videos of Keenan and take some sweet pictures. The price range is not bad either, $800-$900 for a camcorder and camera in one.
I have owned a number of them in my life. If you can find one that has a macro option, that is good for taking up close pictures. The zoom on digital cameras are important for that also. My favorite brand of digital cameras is Canon. Canons and Nikons are constantly competing. Nikons have gotten better, but what I can mostly say about the digital cameras is that the face detection is an important option. If you are looking to print pictures constantly, you want more megapixels.