Hi there lovelies.
First and foremost I’d like to make it clear that photography isn’t exactly my area of expertise, as I’m still learning. This post is based on my experience when I tried working on some photos with people who aren’t photographers. I was basically acting a creative director, I have been for the past 2 years.

I never really got the concept of having a nice background and that sears in painfully whenever I look at old pictures I’ve put up on the blog. I found out that colored walls, graffiti walls or even a nice view can contribute a lot to your photos. Most especially, if you don’t use filters or edit your photos (raw photos), they just make things look so lovely for you like in this post.

It’s a bad idea taking a photo at 12 noon or whenever the sun is overhead, unless you have reflectors….I still think it’s a bad idea. I tried and failed terribly and ended up getting upset about it. I suggest you start taking photos at 3pm to 6pm when the sun is less hot and overly bright. Also if you’re an early riser you could try in the morning before 10 am. See this post for photos taken when the outdoors were cloudy.

Someday I'll perhaps share all the BTS bloopers and funny photos that are hidden in the depths of my computer.

Photos taken at almost 45 degrees are so awesome, most pictures of me taken while the person behind the camera was squatting down made it to the blog. They just add this amazing height to me. Additionally, the light makes me look really great, click here and here to see my favorite posts with photos taken from a ' 45 degrees angle'.

I cannot stress enough on how these tips are all based on my personal observation during the making of content for the site, I am in no way a professional. Furthermore, somethings that I find okay may not work for certain individuals. So keep an open mind and perhaps share with us in the comments what other tips are necessary to observe when taking photos.

I hope you enjoyed this post and I wish you a great day.
Stay blessed!
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