Camping and rustic cabin life without power can be incredibly relaxing. Making sure you have the right supplies and made proper preparations can make or break your photos. Here’s what I do every time:
Maybe it’s the weather, maybe it’s…? Whatever the reason, getting bogged down by what’s happening around us is part of life, and so is overcoming that.
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.
I love pinning different quotes, and inspiration. I like creating my own photo memories a lot as well. Here is how I add my own handwriting to my photos to create a one-of-a-kind memory.
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: