Welcome to a new year of #SilentSunday photos; today is 18 February 2018. The photos that are linked up are great and I really appreciate everyone that joins in. I would love to see this grow each week with new people linking up. I am hoping to get a sponsorship for #SilentSunday so that in the future you could win a fab prize for entering your photos! I also love your comments, so a big thank you to everyone who joined in. Don’t forget to grab the badge and join in below…
Welcome to a new year of #SilentSunday photos; today is 11 February 2018. The photos that are linked up are great and I really appreciate everyone that joins in. I would love to see this grow each week with new people linking up. I am hoping to get a sponsorship for #SilentSunday so that in the future you could win a fab prize for entering your photos! I also love your comments, so a big thank you to everyone who joined in. Don’t forget to grab the badge and join in below…
Imagine this: you take a photo, it is awesome. You want to sell photos online for the best price. You download Gallerist and guess what, you can do exactly that! It is a great tool for selling and buying photos, showcasing your work with other like-minded people and getting some inspiration from others.
I love photography, but there isn’t always an occasion where I have the right photo to resemble the moral of my story. So, I turn to stock photography. It’s a quick “search and download” process. I have always been able to find the right photo. It’s quite fun being nosey through someone else’s photos too.
Ever since I can remember, Hubby and I, have always said that we would love to travel the world as a family. Before children, I remember day dreaming about the places we could visit with our family and now we sit there discussing the places we can explore. There is just so much to see and do.
Today is world photography day #WorldPhotographyDay, one of my favourite kind of days. I love taking photos and going to great, yet sometimes silly, lengths to get the best photos. There are a lot of fun articles flying around the internet today celebrating photography and the lengths phtoographers go to, to get that perfect shot. I’ve stood on tables, climbed up ladders, lay down on the floor, crawled into tight spaces all to get that perfect shot and get involved in the action. Sometimes they do not work, sometimes they do! What I love about photography, is now that I am more experienced, usually I get the photo result of what I envisioned in the first place. This is something that is quite hard to do.
I love spontaneous trips with the family and last weekend was no exception, before the poorlies hit the Constant household anyway, we took to the motorway and had a camping adventure at Happisburgh beach. One of favourite beaches because the kids and dogs can run free without a care in the world, the odd seal to spot and lots going on to take photos of (the most important factor haha). Here is our trip, in photos:
We made the most of the Spring-ish weather at the weekend and took a trip to Norfolk, hats and scarves included. It was a lovely day, we walked for miles and the kids included (no carrying) which was amazing. I managed to gather some of our moments on camera again, and so I made another vlog for our outdoor fun. I want to do it all again!
So, with the old iOS your photos were laid out in a way where you had your camera roll which stored all of your photos, dating back to the very first photo you took – bearing in mind you didn’t delete them. How many of you installed the iOS8 and think the same as me? OK, where have they all gone? Suddenly I could only see 30 days worth of photos…. and scream! Some of you probably haven’t even noticed yet – sorry.
Today all the Grottos around our area were fully booked, you can’t spontaneously go to see Father Christmas these days. So instead I made a grotto in the playroom and grandad was Father Christmas. The kids had no idea, I loved it.