Hey There Everyone! 😌
It’s finally time for a NEW photography post! *cheers* I’ve seriously missed sharing my photography with y’all, so here I am today! But before I start sharing my photos, I’d like to talk about why I’ve developed a passion for photography and why it’s important.
I personally find photography to be truly inspiring. It helps me express myself through a form of art. Whether it’s a breathtaking landscape, an interesting object, or nature – each picture has a language of its own. When I share my photography with others, it helps represent me & what I’m interested in & what I’m inspired by – in other words, it helps people get to know me better! What I really enjoy about photography, is how it helps me look at things from a different perspective. It helps me think carefully about how exactly I want to capture a photo. Should I take it from this angle? Should I take it as a close-up? Which rule of photography (rule of thirds, rule of odds, rule of space, filling the frame) am I applying? Which elements & principles of design have I used? I always like to keep in mind “Colour, Shape, Patterns & Texture” whenever I’m doing some photography, because for me…they are really crucial & help structure what you want to symbolize in your photos! I also believe that photography can assist in relieving in stress, because it always makes me feel so good about myself and when I see that I’ve taken a stunning image…it makes me feel so proud, giddy, thoughtful and excited! Photography Is Simply Awesome. #goals
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Greenery? Check. Colurful? Check. Buildings? Check. Narrowing Passage? Check. Amazingly Clear Sky? Check. Everything about this image is simply fabulous! I took this quite recently while I was in vacation in Sharm El Sheikh, and I LOVE it!
This close-up/fill-the-frame photo of the grass is SO cool! Don’t you think so?
Take Me Back There! *wails* I took this photo when I was in BCN, in Parc Güell! Everything about this place is simply magical! It was one of the best experiences in my life – no kidding! Vibrant Multi-Coloured Tiles Everywhere!
Ahhh – the tranquility represented in this photo, which I took in Sharm El Sheikh. Enough Said.
Can we just take a moment to admire the beautifully pretty flowers here? *squeals in excitement* They’re SO cute! #fangirling #flowers
Another one of my BCN photos, which is more street-style! The place where I took this picture is called Port Vell and I have to say it was such a great ‘n’ fascinating day to spend in this area! This photo is full of too many things: people walking, trees, narrowing street, benches on one side and boats on the other – definitely one of my favs!
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Tip 1: If you’re an aspiring photographer, don’t let a lack of resources make you uncomfortable. You don’t need to have a professional camera to do photography. I take all my photos on my iPhone and that’s perfectly ok! Look how amazing my pictures turn out! So don’t let a lack of resources keep you from doing something you love! If you’re passionate & determined – nothing can stop you! *wink wink*
Tip 2: I don’t really like to edit my photos an awful lot, but when I do I usually use either the standard iPhone editing options in the Photos (where I like to play around with the exposure, brightness, contrast, lighting & exposure) or I use VSCO (where I really enjoy applying all the different filters)! I also use Canva sometimes, especially when I want to place some text. For me though, Canva is awesome for creating my blog post graphics!
What’s YOUR passion? Do you like photography? Which photo is your fav? What do you think of my 1st tip – do you agree? How do you edit your pics? Also, I’m still taking in question(s) for my Q&A Post, so feel free to comment yours below!
Thankyou so much for reading & I hope you enjoyed! Have a great day! 😊
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