I took the camera with me when we went on a walk yesterday afternoon to practice a little bit. We are having a really weird winter with very warm temperatures and no snow! We usually have at least 3 feet by November that stays until June, but I can see all the grass in my yard! It's crazy.
But we still have really short days (6.5 hours of daylight) so Saturday is the only day I can really get out during the daytime.
My question is how do you not blow the sky when it's really blah and overcast outside? I took some pictures of DD with DH and the sky just looks bright white in almost all of them.
This next one I was actually really happy with how it turned out. If you have any advice on how to improve it, I would appreciate it. I think DD is OOF, but I was using auto focus (because I feel like I have my hands full right now just working on the exposure) and I think it's set to the one point auto focus. I need to read my manual and figure out how to change that.