Blogmas Day 23 | How To Take Christmas Photos And Not Die Trying

How To Take Christmas Photos

How To Take Christmas PhotosHello everyone! Welcome to Blogmas Day 23! I can’t believe tomorrow is Christmas Eve already! And the last day of Blogmas too!

Anyway. How many Christmas have you spent with a camera on your hands, running behind everybody and not getting the perfect shot? And in the end, losing your time taking bad photos instead of enjoying the day with your family? I bet many many times.

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Blogmas Day 21 | 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 20

52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 2052-Week Photo Challenge: Week 20 | Landscape: Nightowl

“WEEK 20: Landscape: Nightowl: A tripod is going to be handy this week… time to shoot a night landscape. Look for some light for the scene! Car lights, city lights, or maybe just moonlight.”

Hello, lovely people of the world! For this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 20 I’m sharing one of the photos I took when doing a photo shoot the other day. It wasn’t exactly night, but it was past-sunset and dark enough for every street light to be on. So I hope this counts lol.

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Blogmas Day 18 | My Go-To Accounts for Instagram Inspiration

Fashion Inspiration

Fashion Inspiration

Hello, you lot! Another day, another Blogmas, times 18.

Today I’m sharing my go-to accounts for Instagram inspiration. And by this I mean, literal Instagram inspiration, like loving their feed. Or for fashion, beauty and photography inspiration as well!

I know this has nothing to do with Christmas/holiday content, but I really wanted to share these with you! So bear with me.

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Blogmas Day 14 | 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 19

52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 1952-Week Photo Challenge: Week 19 | Portrait: Messy

“WEEK 19: Portrait: Messy: Take an amazing portrait of someone, make a mess while you are doing it.”

Hello, you lot! For this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 19 we got a bit dirty and messy! Last month I went with Louise to Tim Hortons to finish setting up her blog. You can check it out right here if you want to.

And while we were working there, we ended up making a mess on the table – as you can imagine – With all our empty coffee cups and napkins, and stuff. So I thought and told Louise “Hey! I have to do a messy portrait for my weekly challenge. And I didn’t know what to shoot! Maybe we can take advantage of the fact that our table is a freaking mess and I could take a portrait of you!” So I did.

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