I had some ideas for today's post, but then upon reading a friend's blog, I changed my mind.
You all know how I excited I was about the "comment replies" addition to my blog. I know, I blew your minds with that awesomeness, right? :) I think part of the magic of blogs is learning new tips and tricks from those around us who are good at being creative.
I've tried for the last few months to really be creative and fun with my photography. It's fun to spice things up and take wacky photos or use weird angles, etc. What I struggle with the most, though, is how to get good photos of moving objects, like X. (Knitting is easy - it sits still and just lets me do my thing!)
I don't have a photo box I can sit X in, and I don't have a house big enough for a photo studio. But thanks to Sarah, from In Light of the Truth, I have a few new tricks I'd like to try.
Sarah explains how she just uses different color bedsheets, positioned over her television and against the wall to achieve a "background" look, and one of her newest tricks - using fun wrapping paper!
Sarah's photography is awesome. She's always sharing pictures of her kids and the world viewed through her eyes. I'm envious of her skills! :)
Anyway - hop on over to Sarah's blog and check out her tips. It's fun to learn new things and can bring such an element of creativity to our work! :)