21 May 2013

snap fest: fave nonessentials for photographers

fave nonessentials for photographers

1. a toy camera: 
       something that inspires you to take less-perfect & more-fun photos. 
       take a friend. give 'em a film snap or two. 
       i like lomography cameras. 
2. a good, small backpack:
       one with a sturdy bottom so your stuff won't sink…
       but not so big it deters you from the task at hand: adventure. 
       i like herschel supply co
3. a mini notebook.
       stuff it in your pocket. get it muddy. press found flora inside it. 
       and don't forget to jot down your thoughts. 
       i like field notes.
4. wellies.
       go where it's wet, but stay dry. 
       best in a happy hue. 
       i like hunter


p.s. "snap fest" (name in progress) is a new series covering all things photography. some tips & tutorials for pros, and other light & fun things to inspire pros & iphoneographers alike. drop me a line if there's something you want covered! 

8 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see more posts from this series!!

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  2. You're so cute! I love this idea so much.

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  3. Hunter is indeed the best wellies! I love to press found flora too. I went to Japan the other day, and didnt bring a notebook with me, so I press it in my passport with tissues in between, lol. Love this ideas dear. Wanna folow each other on bloglovin?

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  4. ooo, I like the name "snap fest" :) wonderful as always.

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  5. I need the wellies too. It never rained so much <3

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  6. LOVE this! Now I want to go adventuring =)

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  7. I actually have a super big Herschel backpack and it is perfect for adventuring/traveling/everything! You can bring a whole meal and blanket in it and I haven't gotten super tired at all! And it's incredibly durable and waterproof!

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  8. I would love to see some stuff about your post-processing and a "what's in my camera bag" kind of thing! :)

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