Well, hi there. I hadn't intended on taking a blogging break...truly. But it happened. I figured something had to give after four weddings, traveling to Utah, Chicago, Houston (twice), Louisiana, and Iowa, hosting Easter at our house, planning a March for Babies walk for 40,000 people and fundraising for our Guatemala Mission Trip.
It's no wonder I'm exhausted!
I'm slowly easing back into this, and I've just been reading quite a few blogs and getting re-inspired.
While traveling this spring, I have gotten so used to using my iPhone for photos, and I hardly use my "real" camera any more. For convenience sake, this works, but when I do actually pull out my big fancy camera, I'm reminded at what great quality it provides. If you're stuck in a rut using your iPhone, I found this post to be a really helpful and applicable way to make your photos better on your phone. She gets into some of the great apps that are out there, too.
My favorite tips?
- Look for the light.
- Hold the camera button down, and don't release 'til you're ready to take the photo.
- Take as many as you need to, but then only keep one or two. (I'm so guilty of not deleting photos off my phone, and then running out of room!)