Today I’m sharing a step by step process for shooting your own self portraits, including my best tip for crystal clear focus.
As November draws to a close, I must reluctantly bid goodbye to autumn. All the leaves have been blown off the trees now but I was just in time to capture them in their final, most striking blaze of glory before the end.
When Redbubble asked me to be part of their new product launch campaign, I figured it was the perfect opportunity to add a few last finishing touches to our bedroom with bits from the new drop, and do a little tour!
We’d been wanting to do a gallery wall in the hallway for the longest time, and this Bank Holiday weekend, we finally did!
Earlier this month, I attended a photography workshop hosted by Viking at The Botanist Newcastle.
It’s been a few months since we’ve moved to our new place and doing it up between everyday work and wedding planning has been slow!
I’m shifting to my lovely new place in a few days and I’m planning to do it up with all the plants, so I thought I’d share some indoor gardening tips I’ve picked up.
Even though Bangalore doesn’t really have an autumn, it’s hard not to be inspired by all the cosy sweater weather looks of the season.
Last week, I finally got around to putting up all my lovely stuff from Redbubble and taking some before/after pics.
Last week, I went out of the house more than I have in a month. And it’s actually been really good for my mental health but hard on my back.
It’s not often that I do a bit of print mixing but this instance was so serendipitous, I just had to.
I went out the other day to take some outfit pics with the help of my tripod and camera timer. I found the experience rather daunting, but also quite character forming!