Black Jumpsuit

10.11.19 / Women Clothing / Author: / Comments: (0)
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Hello my lovelies! Welcome to my new outfit post! As you can see, we are back on schedule with outfit posts every Monday (at least for now). A lot of things is happening in my life and I am giving my best to stay positive, on schedule and achieving my goals. In the meantime I am exploring jumpsuits as options for special occasion outfits. I hope you are having a good one and I hope you’ll enjoy this post!
I am wearing:
Jumpsuit: Dropship Clothes (here)
Bag: Banggood
Heels: Bata
Earrings: Dresslily
Hair coloring: Ugljessa
Makeup on my eyes: Pixi Beauty
What do you think about jumpsuits in this statement black color my lovelies? Let me know in the comments!
Lots of love,
Venoma

nº345: camiseta action painting

03.11.19 / Women Clothing / Author: / Comments: (0)
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Me hace especial ilusión enseñaros este post. Y me hace ilusión por dos razones. La primera, y quizá la más importante, es porque llevo camiseta de mi proyecto de fin de curso 2018 “Action Painting”. Realmente esta camiseta pertenece a un estilismo con una maxi falda de tul negro con mucho volumen, pero me pareció interesante no solo darle uso, si no también darla a conocer al mundo y que me contéis que os parece :) Pronto colgaré algunas fotos de mis diseños en mi nuevo perfil de Instagram (aquí).
Por otro lado llevo una chaqueta de Dropship Clothes, que además está de Big Sale, tenéis el enlace directo en las prendas. Es una chaqueta perfecta para entretiempo, y que además trae un forro super calentito que por supuesto le he tenido que quitar dados los maravillosos días de calor que hemos tenido por aquí. Una propuesta básica para el día a día, unida a lo especial que llega a ser usar una prenda diseñada por una misma ;) ¡Feliz semana!
Chaqueta AQUI / Camiseta AQUI / Jeans ZARA / Zapatillas CONVERSE
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HOW TO TAKE OUTFIT PHOTOS ALONE

24.10.19 / Women Clothing / Author: / Comments: (0)
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Leather Black Studded Boots | Zaful (gifted) – SimilarCheck out the DROPSHIP CLOTHES sale here!  

 Okay so I’m no expert, but I seem to really enjoy taking outfit photos in my garden alone recently and sharing them on my blog. So for those who want to give it a try, for those who are just starting out or for those who don’t want to rely on a photographer all the time, here’s how I do it.
First of all, I bought a tripod from Ebay. It was only around £15 and looks something like this (click here). It’s pretty simple to fix your tripod to the stand, there’s a detatchable part which you can remove from the tripod, twist onto the hole with a thread in your camera, then fasten back onto the tripod. Finding your angle in your garden or place you take the tripod to may take a good few tries. I have two places in my garden which I like to take photos in. As it’s a shared garden and I don’t really like to be watched, I just usually pick the place where I feel most comfortable in that day. When taking outfit photos with a photographer I use a Canon EF 50MM f/1.8 II lense, but for taking photos on my own, I use the standard lense my camera came with which is the Canon EFS 18-55mm, it isn’t the best but does allow you to take full length photos without putting the tripod too far away from you if you get my drift. I’m sure there’s a far more technical term, but as I said I’m not an expert.
I put the camera on a 10 second timer, move away from the shot and press the button, I then stand infront of the camera and pose. I also have a little screen which I can un-fold and see myself in when i’m standing infront of the camera, making sure I can see exactly what is in the frame. I start with full-length photos fully zoomed out, then move to half-length photos just by stepping closer. For portraits I either sit, bend down or if I have lots of time I tend to shorten the legs and fully fit on the floor. I do this with my back to a wall and feel like it does give me really great portraits. I have heard of lots of people using remotes and I do think if you have one, it’s a great tool to have, I just personally don’t like to buy things that aren’t 100% necessary. The one issue I have had to try and work past is getting photos in focus. At first when I started taking outfit photos in my garden, I found the camera focussed on the background when I pressed the ‘take photo’ button, then when I stood infront of the background it didn’t get me in focus at all. I overcame this by standing infront of the background in these photos – half of the photo is set more forward than the rest, meaning I can stand right next to the wall and it will get me in focus too, rather than focusing on something behind me.
So that’s it. Pretty easy really! I always find sun makes the photos better to edit, and wind makes my photos look a bit more interesting. In this shoot I had neither, but still love the outcome. Thanks for reading!