Knitting Butterflies Episode 11 – Knitting Frenzy

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Clicking Away

Sock Yarn Blanket

Sock Yarn Blanket

Vanilla socks with contrasting toes, Sheep Wagon Shawl

Vanilla socks with contrasting toes, Sheep Wagon Shawl

Yarn and beads for my Mermaid Song

Yarn and beads for my Mermaid Song

Events

Countdown to 30

Photo courtesy of Studio Vino Paint and Sip

Photo courtesy of Studio Vino Paint and Sip

 I am determined not to get depressed about my birthday and have already booked a night with my friends at a paint and sip place. 

Photographing Your Knits

Today we are going to play a game of pretend. Here are the tips I am going to use when photographing you in your beautiful sweater:

  • I am going to create a visual frame with the nature background, like we talked about last week.
  • I am going to place you at least six feet in front of the background we are using, for example, a gorgeous blooming lilac bush.
  • I also recommend using a low F-stop/aperture (f 4.0-6.0) or the portrait mode on camera to help the camera focus on you and your sweater and blur the background
  • I also will double check to make sure there aren’t any hard shadows from tree branches coming across your face or garment

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