Tuesday Turn About #148 Enjoying Spring

Are you enjoying spring in your neck of the woods? We are here in Delaware! My first cutting garden is sprouting and each day I see new growth!

There is so much hope to be found in spring and I for one am grateful!

Tuesday Turn About #148 Enjoying Spring

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Weekly Photography Tip

Whew, haven’t we gone over a lot in this series?? I hope you are learning, practicing, and enjoying these tips to improve your photography skills! If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments or send me an email via my contact page! I would love to help you with your photography problems!

You will start to notice that the tips section here on Tuesday Turn About will begin to be shorter. We had some ground to cover in the first few posts and I didn’t want to miss any details about shooting in manual mode and learning how to expose your images correctly.

Let’s continue to chat about composition. After covering the basics of composition like the rule of thirds, perspective, and leading lines, it’s a good idea to think about balance in an image.

Just as in decorating a room, balance in an image is important. Balance can be created by using color, texture, light/shadow, subject matter, and visual weight.

The same concepts apply to decorating, don’t you think? You wouldn’t want to place all of the furniture and home decor on one side of the room because it would look unbalanced.

The same with an image. When moving around the room and changing your perspectives, look through the viewfinder and make sure the scene appears balanced.

Here are a couple of questions to ask when viewing the scene through the viewfinder:

  • is one side of the image heavy with a color? or with a piece of furniture? or with shadow?
  • does the scene have empty spaces that throw the scene off balance? or does the empty space add balance?
  • is the visual weight evenly distributed in the scene?

Here is an excellent article to help you create visual balance in your images! Yay for continuing to learn and grow in our blogging adventure!

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collage of patriotic crafts

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Seventeen Inviting Spring Porch Ideas

Carol from Bluesky at Home shares her dreams for a lovely front porch. She shares so many beautiful images and ideas to create a beautiful spring porch for your home!

Thanks, Carol, for the inspiration! I’m heading out to give my porch an update and dream up fresh ideas!

Two rockers on a front porch with blue pillows and blue rug.

Concrete Rabbit Statue

Speaking of front porch decorating ideas, Diane from South House Designs shares this easy and fun tutorial to create a concrete rabbit from a thrift store find.

Even though Easter has passed, bunnies are just coming to life outside! This sweet little bunny would be welcome on my porch any day. Thanks, Diane!

Basket filled with concrete bunny, painted eggs and greenery.

Planning Your Garden

Melissa from Little Frugal Homestead has her garden planted and ready to grow! She shares some great tips about planning for your garden like how to get your soil tested!

Don’t you love the raised beds she shows in the background?? What a great way to keep everything neat and tidy! Thanks, Melissa for sharing your tips!

Front porch fiew of garden beds in the background.

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  1. Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful party each and every week!! I really appreciate the time and effort that goes into it along with visiting all the links and choosing Features!!! Thank You!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Debbie!

  2. Thanks so much for featuring Planning Your Garden this week! I think everyone is ready to plant and grow some food! Happy Gardening everyone!
    Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

    1. You are most welcome, Melissa! Your tips were useful and I wanted others to see them. 😊

  3. That Cinco De Mayo Charcuterie Board has my heart!!! Love all these ideas! Have a great week!

    1. Hope you have a great week too, Nicolle!

  4. I’ve been MIA for weeks and missed your weekly photography tips. It’s nice to be partying with you all again and today’s tip was a good reminder for me. Hope you’re having a good week 🙂

    1. It’s good to have you back Marie! I hope all is well with you 🥰 So glad the tips are helpful!

    1. Thank you for linking up Michelle! 🥰

  5. Thanks so much for hosting each week, Cindy, and for giving us a fun place to be creative and hang out. I hope your week is filled with all good things, CoCo PS: LOVING your photography tips and tricks!

    1. Hosting the party has been a great way to get to know other amazing bloggers like you CoCo! Thanks for joining 🥰

  6. Cindy, I am so happy to gain your photograpy tips! Looking forward to the article you posted to. Thanks for sharing! xo

    1. I’m so glad you are enjoying the photography tips Kim! You can find more tips in previous TTA link party posts!

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