My little point and shoot digital has been great - doing far better than I ever expected of it. I love it, and it hangs out in my purse all the time. But it is a point and shoot, which has inherent limitations. Add to that the fact that I just don't take the time to digitally fix them the way I should. But there are only so many hours in the day, and I'm not willing to give up sleeping, eating or knitting time. And my boss would get a tad upset if I carved it out of working time. (Since that time allows me the freedom (and money) to pay for all the other times, well, you see my problem.)
So I take pictures - sometimes blurry, sometimes out of focus, sometimes with colour so off it's ridiculous. But the difference hit home this weekend when I was taking pictures of the Swiffer cover.
First, I took one inside - middle of the day, near a window, albeit with the blinds closed: Then outside, against snow in indirect sunlight:
Yeah, there's a difference, all right.
What I want to know is - if the indoor light makes this so yellow - just how bad do I look at home?