Tuesday Turn About #172 Celebrate Autumn

This week we are celebrating the autumn season in three different ways that I know you will enjoy. Tuesday Turn About #172.

Tuesday Turn About #172 Celebrate Autumn

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Weekly Photography Tip

You might be surprised to see me here this week since I told you last week I wouldn’t be here. I had planned on being at a blogger’s retreat teaching how to use a DSLR camera for blog photography. But the retreat had to be canceled due to some issues out of the host’s control. It’s unfortunate but sometimes that is how life goes.

The e-book I have been talking about will still be available for purchase next week so stay tuned – I don’t want you to miss the early bird pricing I have for you!

Today’s photography tip is especially for bloggers who share gardening posts. Shooting outdoors might seem like the ideal situation. But if you are shooting in the brightest part of the day when the sun is at its peak, you will have to deal with harsh shadows.

Your camera (no matter how expensive it is!) cannot see the subject when there are drastic differences in bright and dark areas of the scene.

Here are some options when shooting outdoors:

  • capture those beautiful blooms first thing in the morning within two hours of sunrise or late in the day two hours before sunset
  • shoot in ‘open shade’ and position the camera so that it does not include the brights and darks of sunshine and shadow

I hope these tips help all of my gardening bloggers! I plan on sharing more about gardening on our blog so I will be putting these tips into practice.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have about photography. If you have a question, chances are others do too! Let’s share info so others can go grow.

my camera gear

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How We Do Fall in an Old Peaceful Farmhouse

Don’t you just want to go and visit Cindy from County Road 407 with a title like How We Do Fall in an Old Peaceful Farmhouse?? She makes it all sound and look so cozy and welcoming!

fall wheat, pumpkin, sunflower home decor

October Decorating Ideas

Do you think about scents when decorating your home for fall? I do but I’ve never considered it where soaps are concerned! Shelley from Calypso in the Country offers this tip in her October Decorating Ideas post and I’m so glad she did! Thanks for the ideas, Shelley!

Mrs. Meyers soap containers

My Coziest Simple Fall Home Tour

Have you been loving all of the blues and oranges in fall home decor this year? I sure have enjoyed it even though I’m not an orange fan, the blues really make it beautiful! Kim from Cottage in the Mitten expertly arranges this beautiful palette in her cozy home!

antique blue dish with vintage amber glass tablescape

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14 Comments

  1. A shame about the conference. Thanks for hosting

    1. Thanks, Cindy. All things happen for a reason 😊

  2. Cindy,
    Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

    1. Thanks for stopping by Debbie!

  3. Love the straw paper plate holder jack-o-lantern. I can make one similar fro a painted straw hat! I’m so glad I stopped by and saw this. Happy Fall, Happy Halloween!

    1. So glad you enjoyed the project, Barbara! There are so many talented bloggers out there who are willing to share their ideas and crafts. 😊

  4. Thanks so much for featuring our little farmhouse all decorated for fall. I’m decorating our bedroom today. It just wasn’t cozy and that won’t work! Now back to see how I can have dinner in a pumpkin! Say whaaat?!

    1. Omgoodness, dinner in a pumpkin?? That sounds interesting! Happy bedroom decorating😊

  5. So many beautiful ways to celebrate the season, Cindy! Thanks so much for hosting and for your fabulous photography tips. They help so much! Hugs, CoCo

    1. I’m so glad you are benefitting from the photography tips CoCo! 😊

  6. Sorry to hear your blogger retreat was canceled. Lucky for us we got another fabulous photography tip this week, and this one was a good reminder. The apple cider dish and hand soap sound divine!

    1. I thought so too – what a great way to celebrate fall with scented soap 🍂

  7. Thank you so much for sharing my blue and orange table setting! Happy fall!!

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