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Make // Flower Crown Tutorial

I decided to make Busby a flower crown for our Tale of Two Skirts shoot over the weekend (I love a good prop in my photographs, especially on my kidswear shoots). I’d not made one before, but having researched them (thank you Pinterest) they looked fairly easy to make – and they were. Busby’s crown has had lots of love on Instagram, so I thought I’d put together an easy to follow tutorial for you to make your own. This is definitely a play date activity that I shall  ...

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Motherhood, Photography

Motherhood // Photography as Therapy

At the beginning of 2016 I was sad. Very very sad. There were days where I couldn’t leave the house because my anxiety was so overpowering. So crushing. So suffocating. After six months of parenting two children under four. Six months of not sleeping for more than 3 hours in a row. Six months of daily tears. After the months of surviving with a poor baby who was suffering from silent reflux. With his allergies that were only just being discovered. My anxiety and fear that people would  ...

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Photography, Review, Technology Review

Review // Panasonic LUMIX GX80 Camera

Before Christmas I was invited to the British Wildlife Centre to take part in a blogger event hosted by Panasonic (you can read more about my morning here). I was gifted a LUMIX GX80 camera and had such a wonderful time in the autumnal sunshine, capturing photos of the beautiful animals. Since then I’ve been putting the Panasonic LUMIX GX80 through its paces and I’m looking forward to sharing this review with you, as it’s really a fantastic piece of technology.  ...

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Photography, Review

Photography // A morning at the British Wildlife Centre with Panasonic

Last week, Panasonic invited myself and three fellow Bloggers to the British Wildlife Centre in Surrey to hang out with otters, foxes and owls. I was very kindly gifted a LUMIX GX80 camera and was set the challenge of capturing some #UnmissableMoments throughout the morning. It was a stunning autumnal day with ideal light conditions for trying out our new cameras. We began the morning with a talk from inspirational Wildlife Photographer Phil Gould (the original creator of 365 days of  ...

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