After looking for my camera for over an hour last night, not to mention the other times I have searched for it, I finally found it. Where was it? Oh, it was in a Home Depot bag that had made its way into the "storage" location of our master closet . Yeah, I know.
Well, after finding the camera, I went to turn it on to find that the battery was dead. So then, I started the search for the battery charger, which was found in about 10 minutes.
But then, I realized that the SD card wasn't in the camera either. So after about 10 more minutes, I finally found that.
Quite the adventure, but it's not over yet, because the spare battery is still missing. I mean, I have one, so I can actually start using the camera again, but still. This is such an annoying process. I swear, I will carry this camera with me everywhere now, just so I know where it is at all times.
The good thing about finding all the parts to the camera, though, was that the SD card has at least two more DIY posts worth of pictures on it! Look out for those in the next week or so. I'm hoping that you like them!
Next on task, is to find out how to fully use all the functions of the camera. I know how to shoot in auto, and use the macro settings for closeups, but I'd really like to learn more about the other functions so that I can take better pictures. If anyone has any tips and pointers for me on how to take great pictures with a point-and-shoot camera, please, please, please let me know!