Hey There Everyone! 😊
In case you’re been wondering where I’ve been the last couple of days…allow me to explain!
Apart from 2 days where my Wifi wasn’t working, I decided to slightly pause my posting process last week because I wanted to reflect on my blog progress!
Nothing to major – don’t worry! So much has happened since I’ve started this wonderful blog & I just felt the need to just think it through & do a bit of planning as well as goal-setting. Why? Because day by day, my likes, comments, followers are increasing (Thank God!) – meaning that even though this is my little unique corner on the internet where I can simply write what I want….I also need to vary my post categories & topics along with making sure that all my content is engaging, interesting, and inspiring. To my absolute pleasure & delight, I haven’t failed to do this since my Day 1 – which is great – but I need to make sure that I continue this way! Do you get what I mean? Anyway, my blog-reflecting party is over now, so I’m (happily) back to posting! ❤️
During my deep reflections,
it has come to my realisation *dropping the formal tone, ahem* I’ve noticed that it’s been quite a while since I’ve last posted a photography post! If you’re a new follower of my blog, check out Prt 1 & Prt 2, because I’m pretty sure you have no idea what I’m talking about!
Start Of Photography Journey (4 pics)
This Hibiscus Flower is simply GOALS! It’s amazingly magical!
“Less Is More” – Loving the contrast here
Can you guess what this is? Pssst – it’s the wing of a Ceiling Fan After Some Simple Editing!
Flowers are beautiful and this yellow colour is just so pretty ‘n’ cute!
End Of Journey (All Rights Reserved)
As you can see, I haven’t placed many photos in this post & there’s a reason for that. There’s going to be a slight twist in my photography posts from now on – I won’t be posting as many photos as before, since I’ll be sharing some of my photography tips & recommendations!
Tip 1: When taking a photo of something, try to capture it from an interesting & different perspective. For example: if taking a picture of a flower…don’t just stand smack above it & take the shot. Instead, focus on a certain viewpoint e.g. the sides, the pollen, a petal etc. This tip will make your shots much more exciting, unique & fun!
Tip 2: Experiment with editing your photos! Do some research, download a couple of free editing apps, and play around with some filters or features! Never miss an opportunity to enhance your images! Maybe in my next photography post or two, I’m going to be reviewing a couple of photo-editing apps. Stay Tuned!
I’m afraid we’ve reached the end of this post for today – it was short but I hope you guys liked it! Before I leave…I have exciting news to share! I’ve created a new Instagram page especially for my blog! Even though I have life101studio (My Insta Page Of Inspiring Quotes), I feel that it’s important to have a unique & separate page that entirely represents my blog! So, here I am! Go follow my new Instagram by clicking here!
Hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post & let me know in the comments which of my photography pics is YOUR fav, as well as anything else you want to tell me! 🙂
‘Till Next Time!