The Top Down Photo

  Ever wonder how to take that birds eye view photo? I know I sure did. Something about scrolling through Instagram and seeing this type of view always invited me into the scene. I was captivated by this, and it left me asking- What the whaaaat?? How do I take my love for shooting from…

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Feeling the Mood

  While I am one to play on the light and airy side, with bright whites and pops of colour, I have noticed that sometimes I am drawn to a lowlight moody scene.  There is a different richness and isolation of the subject that draws the viewer into the frame. While there are various post-processing…

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Favourite Apps [part two]

Want to add your own logo to your iPhone photos? There’s an App for that. Here it is: It’s called Watermark and it’s $1.39 [CAD] Here’s a quick walk through- first, you must have your logo saved to your photos in your phone. I simply uploaded mine to Dropbox on my Mac. My logo was…

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Favourite iPhone Editing Apps

While I love my DSLR, I certainly don’t mind grabbing my iPhone to ‘get the shot’, especially when it’s the more convenient option! These are the two main apps I use to edit and upload to Instagram: this post contains affiliate links, thank you in advance for reading! Enlight [approx $5] Facetune [approx $3- wait until…

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Look Ma, no hands!

Since the evolution of the third arm is slow coming (how awesome would it be though, seriously!), I thought I would find out how some of my favourite instagrammers achieve this type of perspective without taping their iPhones to their foreheads… although I must admit, I might just give that a try one day, haha!

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In My Bag…

While I do have a great collection, it’s important to know that I have accumulated these babies over the last decade. I use each and everyone of these regularly.

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Zooms, Primes and Wide Angles oh my!

Oh boy, the choices out there on the market for lenses. It’s quite overwhelming really. While I will admit that I own a few myself, I must say that I researched the heck out of them before taking the financial plunge.

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