Do you LOVE looking at Macro photography online? I’m a sucker for close up photography with a crisp focus and a blurred background. Want 5 easy tips to make your next macro photo your best yet? Read on, friend!
Taking photos to evoke happiness and good memories is a wonderful way to share passion and creativity. How can emotion be conveyed or a story told with a photograph?
Have you ever stretched yourself too thin? Said “yes” too many times? Been “too nice?” Been there, said that. Being proud of who I am and what I can achieve is a balance of doing my best and checking in with myself. One way I find a release when I’ve been overexerted is photography.
Winter is incredibly beautiful when captured in the right moment. Slush and snow kicked up by snowplows probably a little less than a majestic view of a great lake. My point is that timing can be everything – and when the weather is cold – how do you make sure you photography doesn’t suffer because you feel like a human icicle? Here’s what I do: