Ever have a specific vision for something and the results exceeded your expectations? That’s what happened with my experience with Nations Photo Lab.
I’ve blogged about a few of my favorite photography tricks over the years on Dina’s Days, including my tips on food photography and my inexpensive background props.
I spend a lot of time photographing things for my blog. I still have a lot to learn in terms of photo editing but have found a few tricks along the way that help produce a decent photo.
Keeping up with Dina’s Days has given me the motivation to continue to work on my photography skills. I follow several photo blogs, practice as much as I can, and ask tons of questions.
I found these platform sandals at the Hartville Goodwill for $7. Wooden shoes tend to be pretty uncomfortable and these can be too if I wear them for an extended period of time.
When I invited my girlfriends/models over for their first GoodStyle Fashion Show fitting I had no intentions of attempting a Downton Abbey inspired tea party or “luncheon” as they say in the series.
It’s Thrift Thursday! This week it’s a vintage 1950s Kodak Brownie camera I found at the Village Discount Outlet for $20.
With thousands of pictures on my hard drive, I finally came to the realization that I’m drowning in digital pictures.
I’m an advocate for biking. Although I live in the suburbs, one of the things I admire most about city life are the number of people riding bikes as a main mode of transportation.