It’s that time of year when we start thinking about gift giving in mass quantities over at our house. We have a TON of October birthdays as well as holiday celebrations, family anniversaries as well as LOTS to be thankful for.
If you know me, you know one of my favorite things to do for a gift is add a handmade card (although there are times when I find one too perfect in the store, I can’t let it go!). Keep reading to see how I made these two retro-inspired cards:
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Looking back at photography from the past always seems to drum up memories and I spend time selecting pictures as well as reminiscing. Here’s a photo I came across while I was searching through mt files that feels inspiring and hopeful – read on to check out behind the photograph:
Continue reading ““Tree Tops” – Behind the Lens & Artist’s thoughts on Content, Composition, Color & Contrast”
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!
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Velleity is a word that describes the feeling behind a wish when there isn’t passion or dedication to see it through. Not having the drive to complete a dream is a scary feeling. Rather than seeing velleity as a topic of dread, I try to find the silver lining: not now, but later.
Continue reading “Creative Process | Behind the lens: “Velleity” – Wisconsin Sunset and meaning behind the title by Lizzy Fluegel”
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:
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