When you’re taking pictures indoors, ever want to get nice even lighting from your DSLR but can’t afford to buy a decent external flash, or don’t want to carry around an extra bag full of accessories when you go out?
Usually you can’t get enough lighting from indoor shots; built-in flashes are more for filling in shadows from bright sunlight, not illuminating indoor areas.
But with this home-made flash bounce, you’ll get much better results without spending much money on things like this or this. (I haven’t tried either of those; it’s more of an illustration)
All you have to do is download and print out the Shipwrecked with You flash bounce here or by clicking the image below!
Click through to see what a huge difference it’ll make in your photographs.
When Joey and I first moved in together, we didn’t have much money to spend on furniture. So instead of buying a couch for our living room, we bought a double papasan chair from Pier 1. It started out great, and we felt so smart for all the money we saved, but over the years it’s been slowly falling apart. We’ve already had to reinforce the frame once, and lately the cushion just gave up. We should probably just buy a new couch, but Joey graduates in just a few months, after which we plan to move to Oregon. And I hate the idea of dragging a new couch across the country. I thought about either buying or making a new cushion from scratch, but this weekend I decided to try opening it up and adding some new stuffing. It worked beautifully and only took about half an hour from start to finish. If you’re also suffering from a papasan cushion failure, here’s how I did it.
This blew my mind. A ton of people may know about the Portugese man o’ war, but did you know that it’s not just one organism? It’s what’s called a colonial organism
where there are several animals that can’t survive on their own but form a symbiosis for survival. Truly mind-blowing.
School has covered me up completely but yesterday was my last day, excepting finals, of which I only have two. Expect posts of some of my favorite projects, and a quick catchup with the daily chalkboard calendar.