I cannot set either the aperture or the speed on this P&S. So, the camera automatically decides these, and is always dead wrong when it comes to my sunsets. The speed is too slow, and since the camera is hand-held, I get complete blur. I don't own a tripod; the one I had broke long ago. There's even a "sunset" setting on this camera, but that doesn't seem to help much.
I feel a little naked...or rather, my blog seems a little naked without pictures of the sky, but as long as my good camera is out of commission I have little choice. There will probably not be many sunset pictures to come, but I sure hope I can knock out a few.
Haven't been out to take any pictures at all, really. Just a couple of Logan recently, no outdoor shots. Came upon a red leafed bush outside my mother's house, but car service showed up to pick me up before I could get the camera out. I felt funny to let the guy wait. It was night, and I would've had to use the flash, but I would've loved to have captured the color. There were also two more trees that turned color...one yellow, the other gold. I don't know the names of these trees, unfortunately.
So, photography has become something I'm not doing these days very much. I hope it picks up soon, despite the lack of decent equipment.