The sun is shining bright outside as I sit here and prepare this week’s Top 10 List. Don’t forget to turn your clocks ahead this weekend. I’m not happy about losing an hour, but if it means Spring is closer than I’m all for it!
I’ve been sketching some ideas for the garden this year so the quicker the snow melts the better. I’m going to try Kale this year. For some reason my baby spinach never grows. That’s okay. I’ll support another local grower at the Farmer’s Market. I’m praying that we don’t have the extreme heat like last year. There’s a couple of outdoor projects that I would like to do.
I’m excited about this week’s list so enough of the small talk.
I’ve been shopping around for film for my Nikon camera. Locally, my options are very slim. Check out this list. I will definitely be experimenting with several of these. Check out their website for additional photo tips, cameras, and lots more.
A history lesson on George Eastman and the birth of Kodak.
Looking for that one special unique gift for your photographer friend? Click here. Tons of fun stuff. Another awesome store.
Stumbled across this Photography blog. It’s full of tips, reviews, and inspiration.
Looking for some awesome DIY photography projects? This list should keep you pretty busy. What would we do without Pinterest?
Use your Instagram photos and create these handmade blocks using Mod Podge. I could make several blocks with all of my dogs photos.
Building a portfolio, website, or blog, for your photography business, and not sure where to start. Here’s some inspiration.
It’s important to have nice clear images of your products/services for your blog and/or online shops. Here’s some tips from Handmadeology’s website to help you out.
I used my collection of vintage cameras to create these awesome photographs that I sell on Meylah. Putting them all together on the Handmadeology Collection website gave me an idea. How cool would they look on the wall together arranged as they do here? Agree? It’s a good thing I have a lot of space to work with.
Until the next word…