My dad gave me a turquoise Canon 10 MPL PowerShot for my birthday last year, for which I am very grateful. It is really best used for photos, but I've been convicted lately of "waiting" to do things until I have the "right" equipment. Which translates, procrastinating because what I want is too expensive. Which is kind of like telling God, "I'll do what you want, when I get what I want."
I have never known that to be a good thing.
I decided to give it a shot and use the video recording option and my IMovie, um, ah, skills, before Adam Oas lays Final Cut in my lap and I commence to whining like a little brat.
I have a lot of footage from our trip to Washington I still need to edit, but I promised myself I would make something out of these snippets taken at our friend, Mike Turner's 60th birthday first. We had a blast listening to music, making and eating food, and watching little Sammy Brock show us how to let ourselves go.