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I’ve been blogging for the better part of 8 years now! It’s crazy to think that its been that long but when you love what you do, it goes by so fast. Of course there are times when I get burnt out and take a short blogging hiatus but doesn’t everyone at some point?
Since I have been on this blogging journey for so long, I thought it only fitting to share all my best tips and tricks with you. I get a ton of questions daily about this and photography so this is where I send everyone for the answers!
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Canon Rebel T6i
I absolutely love this camera. It takes amazing photographs and also does full 1080p video recording for the off-chance that I actually record a recipe video.
The purse is perfect for carrying exactly what I need when just going out to shoot with friends, or shoot at a restaurant, or just do some street shooting. It has a ridiculous amount of pockets for all the little things and has padded bottom, sides, and inserts to protect your camera body and lenses. It comes with two straps: one for carrying crossbody and the other to carry as a regular purse.
Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II
With all the traveling we’ve been doing lately, I decided to invest in a better travel camera. I did a ton of research and this is the one I found and absolutely love. You can control it in manual mode and it takes amazing photos. Plus, it’s small enough to fit in my crossbody purse.
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens
Also known as the “nifty 50” this lens has a great price and a great first upgrade from the kit lens that comes with most cameras.
After having another baby, carrying two purses/bags out all the time was getting a little cumbersome. So I took to Amazon again and found this little backpack that is great for keeping my hands free. It has a bunch of pockets and enough space for multiple camera bodies and lenses. And the sides also have elastic bands so you can attach a mini-tripod if you want.
Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 Lens
This lens is everything. I loved taking photos with the 50mm but when I was out and about, I felt limited by the focal distance if I was in a tight space. Ever since getting this Sigma I have not felt limited in any way. Plus, it takes amazing photographs.