I don’t know about you, but I take thousands and thousands of pictures every year, both on my iPhone and on my big camera. And I’m talking just personal images: photos from our trips, birthday parties, days out, everyday moments, cute selfies, random pretty flowers and sunsets and so on.
While organising and working on images for my clients is a well-established process for me, keeping on top on my personal digital archive is a whole different beast, and is often an afterthought and there’s never enough time for it.
One of my favouritest things about British Spring are the stunning displays of bluebells that fill our forests come April or May. This year the bluebells have come pretty early, but there’s still some time left to capture the best of them. Here’s how.
Ah… Pinterest-inspired summer. Happy family all dressed in colour-coordinated outfits, walking along the beach, holding hands and laughing. Perfectly dressed children running in synchronicity across a pristine stretch of white sand. Wind artfully blowing your long dress while your hair stays put. Al fresco dining, everyone laughing, sipping pomegranate cocktails from frosted glasses…. Bliss…
Wait. Stop right there. Do your summer days look like this? Mine sure don’t.