:) Ok girls...I know my camera is not the best, and my pictures don't always turn out the greatest--that's why I sometimes go through the hassle of carrying my cardstock file box out to the front porch, set up my white cardstock (one on top, one on bottom) place my card, turn on my camera, oops-the wind knocked my card over, set it back up, step back, start to click, lose my balance, yada yada yada--you get the picture! Well, I came across SpazzGirl's post about setting your camera's white balance for indoor pictures! I downloaded my user manual (cause Lord knows where it is in this messy craft room!) and skimmed and skimmed until I found the part about white balance. Went through the motions and took pictures with all the settings. Then went back to Daily Dose of Spazz and read the part about setting my lens to manual. OOPS! Roadblock. Guess my camera's too cheap to have a manual lens--only automatic. BUT, I went ahead and uploaded my pics just to realize after all that--the "auto" white balance that my camera is set to is just about as good as it gets on this thing. SOO...didn't want this whole time to go completely to waste--so I'll show you how they came out. :) If you'd like to know what the bajeebers I'm talking about, go visit THIS POST at Daily Dose of Spazz. Night!