I graduated recently. Of course I had to do a graduation themed photoshoot as well. A lot of people asked me how to make the tiny graduation caps I used. They are super easy to make and all you need are a few items and about 10 minutes. Continue reading to find out how they are made!
Today I did a photoshoot with Mieps, Archie and flying candles. Yes, you read that right FLYING candles! The candles are actually very easy to make, there is a downloadable .pdf file on how to make them yourself at the end of this blogpost. Continue to read more about this magical photoshoot.
I take you behind the scene of the photoshoot with daisies. This photoshoot was really easy and you can do this yourself too! All you need are flowers and a pretty model.
You don’t need an expensive camera to take great photos. The best camera you have is the one that’s with you at the moment. So even your phone can be the best camera in the world. Just keep these three tips in the back of your mind to improve your photos instantly.
Yesterday I did a photoshoot with pink roses. In this blog I try to explain which items I have used, how I did my setup and what I did in the post processing. The last part is a short explanation about the blurry background also known as bokeh.
In this new blogpost series ''The Secret Behind'' I am going to explain the secret behind photos I took in the past. Mostly the special piggy edits like the ''Oh No!'', ''Mieps In The Clouds'', ''Piggy Potter'' and ''Let Lights Guide You'' photos. The first one in the series is the ''Oh No!'' photo, one of my personal favourites. Keep reading to see which items I have used and how I've achieved the end result in Photoshop with layer masks.
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