In my previous post on things I have learned since I started my sewing blog in 2014, I ran out of time (and word count) to cover all the topics I wanted to share. I previously covered my experiences with setting up the blog and WordPress, choosing your look & feel, logos & design and blog planning.
In this post, I want to talk about photography and imagery, how I take the pictures for the blog and a few things I learned along the way.
If this is starting as I mean to go on in 2017, then not sure how much of me you’ll end up seeing this year. On the plus side, sewing hasn’t been all that scarce, it’s just the photographing and blogging that I have been rubbish at.
Oh well, never mind, I’m here now…
Happy New Year, my lovely sewing and non-sewing friends! As I’m slowly recovering after the festivities, I am back on my laptop writing a new blog post, as there are so many more things still to get excited about!
A BIG BIG THANK YOU to all of you out there all over the world who took time to visit, read, comment, encourage, share opinions, advice and good spirit over the two years of Sewrendipity’s existence! I feel really privileged to be part of our amazing sewing community!