52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 11 | Landscape: Reflection
“WEEK 11: Landscape: Reflection: Find a way to show your landscape/natural beauty in reflection. Therefore, the mirror world revealed.”
For this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 11 I first thought on shooting a typical landscape reflected on the lake in front of. Or through a puddle on the floor. But then I thought that even though they look really cool; first it was going to be really hard to find a place in those conditions. And second, it was way too mainstream.
I can’t tell you how many sweaters I’ve thrown away because of those annoying sweater pills they make through time and washes. TOO MANY. And it doesn’t matter how expensive they may have been. Because even though I invest in quality sweaters – which I totally recommend doing it as well – in time they ball up too.
But my prayers were answered by Amazon. A freaking 9,90€ magic spell that shaves away all of my problems and makes my closet – and my heart – happy again!
52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 10 | Portrait: Environmental
“WEEK 10: Portrait: Environmental: Show a subject in their natural habitat. Their place of work or hobby is a great start. Tell their story with the environment”
For this week’s 52-Week Photo Challenge: Week 10 I had something completely different in mind. But hey, things don’t always go according to plan, right? And even though the result is simple, I quite like it.
We all know that one of the best ways to portray your current situation, the products you are currently loving, the outfit you’ll wear for the day, etc. It’s through flat-lay photography.
But with flat-lay photography, it isn’t all fun and games. Normally they are carefully curated and styled photographs so they can take a little time and a few mistakes here and there to achieve the final desired look. It’s trial and error basically.
But I’m going to show you some of my tips to make your life easier and your flat-lay photos prettier. Here we go!