I stuck my Ranunculus in my light box the other day, the results of which you can see here.
As their blooms gets bigger and broader, I can’t help but take more photos. This is my first year of having some of these plants around the house, and I love them!
Aaaand something else. not quite sure what this one is called, or how it will look fully bloomed, but I’m looking forward to find out!
I made it to day fifty! Just 315 more days to go! Can she make it?
Question: What do you do when it’s getting late, you haven’t taken a single blog-worthy photo all day, and you can’t think of anything cool to put in your light box?
Answer: You put yourself in your light box. :)
Yes, I seem to be related to the infamous nose-less Voldemort. So what? ;)
first off, a big Happy Birthday to my sister Alexis! :D
I’m still not sure how I feel about any of these, I like them, but I feel like each is missing something. What do you think?
I decided to join the band wagon and play around with some candy hearts in my light box today.
Think these would make good Valentine’s Day notecards?
Today, I have skillz.
I’m participating in a photo-of-the-day challenge that a fellow fPOE member began in anticipation of her upcoming birthday.
Each day brings a new specific challenge topic.
Today’s challenge was “spice” and as so many of the others did before me, I photographed spice literally. A few took creative license and did other things, but since I have an overflowing spice cupboard, I just went with it. :)
While the actual photographing process wasn’t new to me (I used my handy dandy light box), the post-processing was.
I wanted to try a white vignette, and so, with the help of Google I found a very helpful tutorial at Zoom Yummy.
An intimate look at my hipster shades.
I was able to put my *new* light box to use on today’s challenge (from fat mum slim) of “a fork!”
I also combined capture your 365’s challenge of “a dozen” into this photo.
Forks with normal WB.