I am so excited to share my very first video! My New Year’s resolutions this year definitely have me stepping outside of my comfort zone, starting with learning video. But I’m so excited to have documented some of these fun characteristics that you just can’t capture in a photo!
A pretty holiday full of red and pink, with doily’s and sweet hearts was just too perfect! I just had to make a fun backdrop for my little valentines. And bonus: no sewing or glueing for this shabby chic Valentine’s Day backdrop!
I actually could have just used all the red and white fabric from the American Flag backdrop I made last year, but I decided to switch out for some super feminine fabric. I did, however, use the feminine white fabric, lace, and pom poms as well as the red tulle from the American Flag backdrop.
When I started shooting in RAW, I had to completely revamp how I was loading, storing, and organizing my pictures. I needed a system that recognized my photo format. I downloaded Adobe Bridge and I have been more organized than ever since!
I’m so excited to have Libby here today to talk about how to achieve the perfect white balance on your phone! I knew you would want to hear more than I could fit in my newsletter, (you can sign up here if you want in on the weekly, newsletter-exclusive tips!) so here you go! This tip is gold!
Hi! Libby here, from Libby Jones Photography. I’m so excited to be partnering with Morgan to bring you a little photo tip! Asking me to talk about photography is like asking Elsa to talk about ice (forgive the princess references–I have a two year old whose identity changes based on the princess she feels embodies her inner most desires at the moment). I could get reeeeallll boring, reeeeaaaaallll quick. But, I chose an easy to understand, easy to implement tip today; How to achieve the perfect white balance on your phone! That’s right, it can all be done on your phone! Even better, right?!
My love of my big girl cameras knows no bounds, but with three kids and a busy schedule, my DSLR + film cameras can’t make the trip everywhere I go. So, when I’m on the go, my “professional” camera, is whatever I have on me – usually my iPhone. I’m always on the hunt for the best platform for taking and editing those spur of the moment shots. To be fair, the native camera on iPhone is actually pretty decent. But, I’d never want anything less than the best for you, my photo loving friend, so read on!