This desire and love of photography has increased since I started reading more blogs. I love looking at the photos people post. I also enjoy asking and reading about their camera choices. Unfortunately, this has recently led me feelings of insecurity about my own photos and a
Since this was not a place I wanted to be, in a state of insecurity and jealousy, I needed to turn my negative thoughts into positive actions. How could I make my own photos more creative, without buying an expensive camera that I would probably be intimidated to use? How could I make my everyday photos more exciting, more artistic?
The answer. Combine my desire take more creative photos with the 30-Day Scripture Challenge. As a result, I have been searching my daily surroundings in an effort to find crosses in unexpected places. In yesterday's post, the cross I photographed was actually a drain pipe. Today, I present to you...the window pane cross. On it, I have placed my verse to represent the word strength.
I don't think that real photography is in my future, at least not the near one. For now, I will stick to iPhone photography, with a little help from some of my favorite iphoto editing apps, like AfterGlow, Instagram, and Pic Stitch.
Do you have any dreams? What do you wish for, unreachable or not? Are you an iPhone photographer, like me?
///// and now it's time for...
the Saturday Morning Coffee Blog Hop!
Why not do a little blog hopping before your day gets started?
Meet your Host
MORGAN at Quite the Blog
And your Co-Host (ME)!
HOW IT WORKS:
- Follow host and co-hosts on Google Friend Connect (GFC)
- Add the "Saturday Morning Coffee" button to your Saturday blog post (your post can be about anything)
- Add your blog link to the bottom
- Tweet about it!
- Share it on Facebook!
- Go see what your fellow Saturday Morning Coffee blog hops are up to!
- Have fun!