Hi my loves! We’ve made it halfway through the week! 🙂 I find myself longing for longer days and warmer weather because even when the sun shines here in KY, it’s still freezing! I know I’m not alone lol. Anyway, I have a serious question y’all…
So I have had my DSLR since Christmas and I know that there is a learning curve in everything, (at least that’s what my honey says lol). But I have always been a perfectionist and I like learning, working hard, and seeing the results. I have been struggling with having consistent crisp pictures and I wanted to know if any of you who are photographers/enthusiasts had any suggestions on what I may be doing wrong or what I should try? I try and wait for that “magic hour” to shoot and when we do, my pictures look vibrant and sharp on the LCD of my camera, but by the time I transfer them over to my lifetime, they are grainy and dull. Does this happen to any of you? And if so, what do you do to fix this problem? I want to be able to provide you with vibrant, detailed, and sharp pictures consistently so ANY suggestions/recommendations/tips would be appreciated! Feel free to comment or email me please! I will be indebted to you forever lol!
Linking up with:
I am in LOVE with this statement necklace that I received from Crown + Glitter! It’s heavy enough so you know it’s great quality and I just love the shades of salmon, mustard, and raspberry. I know this piece will transition perfectly into the spring! If you love beautiful statement jewelry, then head on over and treat yourself .;)
Photographer: Diana A.
Blazer: Vintage of course lol (a spring-ier version)
Oxford Shirt: Thrifted (similar)
Jeans: Gap Skinny (similar)
Loafers: Target (loving these)
Bag: Vintage (similar)
Necklace: The Dahlia c/o Crown + Glitter (exact)
This Tiffany blue blazer is one of my absolute favorites! (i know y’all get tired of hearing me say that lol) But it’s made so well and its vivid color makes me crave spring weather even more!
Have a wonderful Wednesday!