Archive for the ‘Tips’ category
Hello my lovely readers! Sorry about being away for so long – it’s been over a week! But, I really needed to take some time to refresh and rejuvenate after completing the magazine. Now that I got my much needed “vacation”, I’m ready for lots more interesting posts and recipes. In the spirit of rejuvenation and change, I’ve been thinking about making a few changes to my current lifestyle in order to live healthier. Today, I randomly stumbled upon a new documentary ‘Hungry for Change’ and I just had to share it! It’s available online for free for another two days, so watch it soon. It’s one of the best food-related documentaries since Food Inc. If you loved Food Inc., I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one too!
Happy Tuesday! Today, I’m going to talk about my favourite resources for tips on food photography as part 4 of the “Create Your Own Magazine” series. When I first started the blog last year in late March, I had no clue what it took to take a good photograph of food. It wasn’t until August that I took a serious interest in improving my skills, especially for my magazine. I found many useful resources online, but it was hard to filter through all of it. So…I’ve compiled a list of sites and tips I found the most helpful in my journey. I hope this can help you too in your creative endeavours.
If you happened to miss the introductory post of this series, you can find it here. I have received a number of questions on how to create an online magazine and I’ll be addressing a few topics in a six-part series.
Hello my lovely readers! So sorry for the delay with part one of the “Create Your Own Magazine” series. I’ve been down with the flu and you all know how that is. I’m much better now (just in time for the holidays!). So here’s the first part of the series which is on “inspiration“. We all know that without any inspiration, it’s hard to even start working on a creative project. In this post, I plan to cover the process of brainstorming. Are you looking for inspiration, but not sure where to find it? Look no further – I plan to include a whole bunch of my favorite online magazines, some of which are pure eye candy.
If you happened to miss the introductory post, you can find it here. I have received a number of questions on how to create an online magazine and I’ll be addressing a few topics in a six-part series.