Her Dear Friend Rabbit… and My problems with white balance

Ewelina is making new friends among her toys and teddy bears…
It’s really nice to see her doing that.
She is such a social baby 😉

Being honest I do not like the colors of these pictures. that’s why most of them are black and white or in sepia. I’m still trying to figure out white balance on my camera.
Since I remember I’ve always been taking pictures with Manual Mode.
And since I remember I’ve never have any problems with white balance. Nikon D5000 is different. It has SO many options to choose from that it seems like the camera itself doesn’t know which option is the best sometimes. I want something different that the camera wants, and I get the feeling that it fights with me every time I want it to be my way… Grrr…

And when it seems like finally we compromised the pictures get very grainy even with 200 or 250 ISO. It makes me so angry!!! I hate using the bilt-in flash so sometimes instead of using it I just use a higher ISO (like 320), but it still make no sense… grrrr….

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  1. Oh, I wish I could help! Where are the Nikon gurus???? I’m no one to talk….Bella always looks blue or green in a lot of my photos. gggrrrr

    Adorable photos no matter the color or balance!!!

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    1. Oh, Arline, thank you!
      I’ll figure it out, or I’ll stick to black and white when it happens again 😉

      In my pictures Ewelina is green or orangy-red…

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