Monday, August 22, 2011

Failed Photos

I admit, when I am planning a blog post, I take a ton of pictures.  Who am I kidding, I take a ton of pictures all the time.  Sometimes, they are pretty awesome, and sometimes, they are an epic fail.

Too dark

Eyes closed

Too blurry

Not looking at me


Subject too far away

What do you do with your failed photos?   Sometimes I just delete them, but sometimes they get saved, because they are just part of the bigger moment.

Here's the rest of the set from the first one, too dark - 

I think she's cute even when she's blurry, dark and not paying attention, no?  These pictures are from our first day at home together, how could I delete any of those!

***Subliminal message***

Just a few days left - send them on in to marianne(dot)d(dot)howard(at)gmail(dot)com

PS-I still haven't seen the frog hopping around anywhere and I am CONVINCED it's still in the umbrella.  Did you see his sticky finger-thingamabobers?!  Gross!


  1. WE love pictures of Finn no matter dark, light, flashy or blurry.


  2. Finn you are a very pretty girrrrl...


  3. Love puppy pictures. You were an adorable pup, you still are.
    If you haven't tried using picasa, you can download the program for free and it can fix some of your pictures that are a bit dark or bright.

  4. we get the same thing here too. She has to take a bazillion pics just fur 2-3 good ones!! I am like get it over already would ya???

    Jazzi and Addy

  5. I hardly ever delete the photos I take of the furries. Like you said, they are part of the bigger moment, blurry or not. Which is why I need 2 external hard drives to store all those pictures.

  6. You definitely couldn't delete those!! Too precious! :)

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

  7. i'm glad i can take 2.5 pictures a second on my camera, because if it weren't for that feature-i would have a lot less good pictures. i'd say i get 75% pictures that are not good. i usually just delete them unless it's a special occasion and there aren't any pictures that are any better.

  8. We keep all our photos (unless you really can't tell what is in it). They are all memories, and you never know when you need that one odd shot...


  9. Finn I love all of your pics. But your Mom is correct she just has to keep ALL of the puppy pics.

    Also I think your Mom thinks about frogs just a wee too much. I thinks you might have to start worrying about her. BOL

    woos, Tessa

  10. LOL the pics are great. I get half a dog A really A LOT!


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