Tuesday, September 21, 2010


The Mr. bought me a new camera last Christmas and I have been determined to do a better job of taking pictures. And more or less, I've done a better job. I even started a daily pic blog stealing the idea from Kelly. That didn't last. Then I decided the better idea was to merge my own blog with pictures taken myself. So I started taking even more pictures. Specific pictures of an event or to illustrate a point. Pictures that inspired blogs or blogs that inspired pictures.
And just about the time I figured out my grand plan and captured a few charming photographs (for instance the bird perched on the head of my cement chicken-adorable); the transfer photograph to the computer part of the process went kaput.
I was using the actual Nikon transfer program that came with the camera. Then I tried to bypass the transfer program and transfer directly. I've tried everything I have ever heard of and it isn't working!! I'm sure my substantial ignorance isn't helping matters but why would it work before and suddenly not work? Ugh!
The Mr. can't figure it out. Daboyz can't figure it out. Donny has thrown up his paws.
So take my word for it; inside of my Nikon Coolpix L100, there lives a world of photographs.
In the meantime...
Image: http://www.mostphotos.com


Mrs. Mac said...

go online to kodak and see if you can download their program for free. or simply use the program that might have come with your computer instead of the camera. call me if all else fails :)

Jada's Gigi said...

I don't think Nikkon will work with the Kodak program. Did you try uninstalling the Nikkon and then re-installing it??