52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 8 | Landscape: Wide Angle / Panorama
“WEEK 8: Landscape: Wide Angle / Panorama: This is a great opportunity to explore panorama stitching and create a wide sweeping landscape.”
This week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 8 may have created a little bit of concern to those of you who don’t know how to stitch photos together to create a panorama. Or maybe you don’t even know how to take the actual photos.
To take the actual photos you just have to stay in one place, don’t move. Only pivot from your waist up, and start shooting. Keeping in mind to frame your next photo where the previous one ended. And you pivot from left to right (or vice-versa) and cover the whole scene with whatever photos you might need.
Sweater weather is finally here. Almost. Mostly. And as much as I love summer nights, I can’t stand the heat. And fall and winter have always been my favorite seasons to style anyway. And the most fun too!
All that layering, the chunky knits, the blazers and coats, Chelsea boots… In other words; happiness.
So I’ve been browsing in one of my favorite shops for Jeans and Knits which is & Other Stories. And I wanted to share my sweater finds with you. Of course, I can’t afford to buy all of the options I give here… But I may or may not have purchased three or four of them.
52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 7 | Portrait: Faceless
“WEEK 7: Portrait: Faceless: Tell someone’s story without showing their face.”
I just wanted to start this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 7 by saying that first: it’s by far the most difficult one yet. And second; I’ve been doing this challenge wrong on purpose.
And what I mean by this is that this challenge is meant for making that ONE photo that represents what the challenge is about that week. And I upload many, not just one. But I do that because I feel short by just uploading one. I don’t want to limit myself creatively. So if one week I just make 1 photo work, then I only upload that one. If I like 50, then 50. (Hard, but it’s a hypothetical).
My first DSLR as I stated in another blog post where I talk about my gear; was a Nikon. Then I moved to Fuji and then I landed with Canon (and I’m planning on staying because I’m loving it).
Talking strictly about my Canon gear. I used to have only one lens; Canon’s 50mm 1.4.
Nowadays it’s a different story because I have the best boyfriend in the world. And after hearing me complaining non-stop that my 50mm 1.4 was too tight for certain situations and that I really needed a 35mm. He gave me for my 25th birthday back in August; a Sigma 35mm 1.4 ART lens. He’s a keeper, I KNOW!