ears ago, before the digital age, I spent a lot of time with my film camera, but when I started writing, I gave it up. In 2015, when I started seriously traveling, I took photos with a little point-and-shoot camera. But some of them were blurry, some were too dark, some too light. I really enjoyed looking at my pictures and posting them on Facebook.
For my second world cruise, I bought a DSLR camera, a Nikon Df, but it was so big and heavy that I was tempted to go back to a pocket version. Two years ago, I bought a mirrorless Fujifilm, and my love of photography, with all its complications, was renewed.
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On the world cruises I go on, there is a lot of interest in photography, and we have classes and a splendid teacher who has become my friend.
When I started my murder mysteries, I made one of my three main characters, Sara, an amateur photographer and that has been a lot of fun. I think I’m going to set a whole book around something she shot but wasn’t supposed to.
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