I'm so excited to announce that I've opened an Etsy store! I've been thinking about opening an Etsy store for years, so hooray for me for finally getting round to it.
It’s no secret that I have a lot of clients with their own blogs or YouTube channels, and in most cases it’s the first time they’ve worked with a professional photographer. It can a little daunting to have a stranger pointing a DSLR at you when you’re used to your mum or significant other taking your photos. What are you supposed to wear? How do you pose? I appreciate that it might be overwhelming, so I thought I’d write this post or anyone who’s thinking of investing in a photoshoot soon… and no, it doesn’t have to be with me! (But, you know, I’m pretty good. Just saying.)
Hi, I'm Alice, and I really like cameras. Photography is seriously expensive - whether you consider it a hobby, or a career. I'm lucky enough to already have most of the equipment I could possibly need, but when you're using a camera that's a few years old it's easy to start eyeing up the newer models.
I love photographing other bloggers, so I was really looking forward to my shoot with Dionne - otherwise known as DeeDee Louise. Often when I meet bloggers, we try to photograph two or three different outfits in a couple of different locations all on the same day. We had a few ideas of where we wanted to shoot beforehand, but a few decisions were made in the spur of the moment as well.
You've probably heard about the Sigma 30MM f/1.4 Lens already, because I go on about it all the damn time. But what makes it good - and worth the hefty price tag? Let's talk about why this is such a great investment for bloggers, Instagram users, photographers, and vloggers...