I am including the best of January and February to start 2020 in my post review. Summer is drawing to a close in New Zealand although I am still getting gorgeous sunshine and can enjoy time in the garden with the cats.
Why a post review? Because it is so easy to miss a post on your favourite blogs even if you get an email notification, or drop by on a hop so, I hope you find something here you will enjoy catching up with.
Do what? That sounds really scary!
Stick with this, it’s actually a real eye-opener. Discovering these tools has transformed the final result of lots of my photographs. It was an unfamiliar tool in my Affinity Photo app for a long time until I started reading up about it.
Check what I found out, it might surprise you.
Photographs for Sale on RedBubble
I feel confident about my photography to start adding pictures to a small starter store in visual site Red Bubble. I am using it as an income stream and also as a fundraiser for cat charity work.
It is an experiment you might like to read about.
Dot Kitten (sisfur to Dash) has the model for some tabby cat photographs and I was lucky to get one shot that may make you laugh out loud!
Dot is a natural model and her fur has so many wonderful colours I never tire of taking her photograph. She has been a bit unwell recently but has medicine and is due a check-up at the vets soon.
So, You Have a new 50mm Lens?
I got a new lens for Christmas and I wanted to share how useful it is and how a new lens changes your camera viewpoint and how you look at your pictures. No, it wasn’t expensive, yes I think you will love it.
Find out how you have to ‘think different’ with this lens in my post.
I hope you have found a new post to discover and enjoy. If you have any questions arising from the posts, let me know in the comments.
Marjorie is a motorbike riding blogger and award winning cat photographer who believes that everyone can shoot and edit wonderful pictures they love regardless of the camera they use.
She is a Professional member of the Cat Writers Association, Kuykendall Image Award winner and published photographer at the Guardian newspaper.