There is something truly magical about snow. It pads everything with a beautiful white blanket that seemingly appears overnight. You fall asleep hearing little ice crystals ping off the windows and awake to a whitewashed landscape. Here’s a look at Colorado’s first snow since summer.
This how-to is mostly focused on food and small product photography backdrops and floordrops, but that doesn’t mean these can’t be scaled up for larger photography. This is probably one of my absolute favorite photography hacks because it is easy, cheap, and makes my food photos look pro.
Whether you want more likes on Instagram, to take your blog to the next level, or want to try your hand at food photography in general, here are tips and tricks from a food blogger that has done this a time or two (it’s me, I’m the food blogger). Let’s jump right into it!
After 1,763 photos from the top of Lily Mountain down to the ducks at Lily Lake here are the best photos of our adventure. Continue reading “Lily Mountain and Lily Lake in Estes Park, Colorado – A Gallery”
Stop waiting for the next film to come to Redbox or DVD and try something new (or would it be old?). Just because a film is older doesn’t mean its story lost value. If you are new here, these posts are about movies that maybe you missed when they came out and never got around to watching them, weren’t allowed to watch them growing up, or never even heard of them. These are five films from the 2000’s or earlier that I love and encourage you to give a try (I promise you’ll love at least something on this list).
Derek and I just returned home after visiting my parent’s in Missouri, and it exceeded my expectations. I could not believe how green and b-e-a-utiful it is this time of year. And the fireflies! Oh, don’t get me started on the fireflies! I absolutely loved the trip and can’t wait to move there someday. Here are the best pictures and videos I captured with some stories sprinkled in!
Continue reading “Missouri in Spring (pics + video)”