Camera Tricks in Paris

I love the features on our new camera (Canon PowerShot SX260 HS).  Wanted to share some more Paris photos that I took using my two favourite features…Zoom and Color Accent.


Armando is not a fan of “zoom” because it can sometimes take away from the quality of the shot.  For me…I’d rather get the shot of the object than it just being an unrecognizable dot in the photo.  Let’s see how the “zoom” got the shot:


Can you see the Arc de Triomphe?

This is with the zoom…

After using the zoom on my Canon PowerShot SX260 HS, now you can see it.

And with more zoom…

Okay, even I admit that this is too much zoom.


Can you see the Sacré-Coeur?

Can you see it now?

See…zooming on my Point and Shoot can be beneficial, Armando 🙂


I love this feature and I think the following photos kind of speak for themselves of what this feature is all about.  Hope you enjoy them 🙂

This moment reminded me of my friend Kim and I when we were little. Our friendship has spanned over 28 years and still going strong. Love ya Kimmie!
I love Luxembourg Gardens…what a beautiful place to reflect and relax!
Stained glass window from Saint-Eustache Church, a church that was near our Paris apartment.
To amuse myself as I stood in a 2 1/2 hour lineup to see the catacombs, I took pictures of the Square de l’Abbé Migne, a square that the lineup went around.
View of Champs de Mars from the Eiffel Tower.
Le Marais – my second favourite area in Paris.
Pouring rain at Trocadero just before we took part in a Flash Mob for a wedding proposal 🙂
Another picture of the Eiffel Tower from Trocadero in the pouring rain.
We were at Trocadero past midnight and they happened to be doing checks of the Eiffel Tower lighting with their disco ball for the Bastille Day celebrations that were happening the following day. We were lucky enough to see the light show in advance.

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