The lovely and talented Beth from Plum and June is hosting a photography workshop for all to link up to and learn about weird camera terms like, ISO, apertures and a bunch of numbers. And/or, if you are an expert, post tips for people like myself!! I know nada, zip, zilch about photography. This is my very sad attempt at a photo shoot, with all my favorite quilty items as my subject matter. That being said, please don't judge me. Oh, and I have nothing to offer tip-wise, just pictures of my favorite things. ;)
Ehem. Here we go.
|Inside sewing room with natural light|
|Sarah Jane fabrics, of course|
Here is where it gets dicey for me. I do my best pictures outside. It's easier for me to take halfway decent pictures being out. I tried to take different pictures in different rooms, but they didn't pan out so well, so we eliminated those. ;)
|Moving outdoors, Petunia and I found better light.|
|Little Red quilt - just needs the binding done|
|My outside pictures look better, no?|
I picked Kiki the cat to make for Robot Child #1. Sigh. I attempted this last night and it was disastrous. Sewing in those 'paw bases' has me baffled. Has anyone attempted, or succeeded with this pattern? Any tips?
I made Petunia a few years ago for my Robot Baby-Child #2. I have since lost the pattern and realized upon Googling this morning that it, too, was a Melly and Me pattern. HA! How funny. If I could manage Petunia with that skirt and sleeves, I think I can handle this cat. Darn that cat. ;)
Anyway-this was my sorry attempt at taking photos. Thanks for sticking with it through the end. Check out Plum and June's Workshop linky party for better pleasing-to-the-eye photo visuals. ;)