Tuesday Turn About #170 Outdoor Fall Tasks

In this week’s post, we are sharing some of the outdoor fall tasks that will help our gardens. Tuesday Turn About #170 Outdoor Fall Tasks

Tuesday Turn About #170 Outdoor Fall Tasks

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Weekly Photography Tip

You know by now that my preference for photography is using a DSLR. I know many of you prefer using a smartphone since the cameras on a smartphone are so sophisticated now.

There are many reasons I prefer a DSLR over my iPhone camera, especially for blogging but the main reason is the amount of control I have over the initial capture and the control I have in editing.

I won’t go into all of that in this post but maybe it is something we should chat about in the future. Let me know in the comments if you are interested and we will chat about it!

In the meantime, if you are using your smartphone for photography, be sure to consider the distortion that it will create. And believe me, it will create distortion!

The biggest error I see bloggers make is not paying attention to the object that is closest to the lens.

Whatever is closest to the lens will appear larger. That’s something to consider when capturing images for your posts.

Here is a good habit to get into: take a picture with your phone camera, then look at it with different eyes. Study the image and make sure the subject is correctly proportionate to what you see in real life.

The camera distorts, but your eyes do not. We need to learn to see the image the way the camera sees it and adjust our position and angle to correctly show what the scene is like in person without the distortion of the camera.

This is a skill and it takes practice but you can develop an eye for spotting distortion! 😊

my camera gear

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How to Make a Vegetable Trug

Have you heard of a vegetable trug? This is the first I have heard the term vegetable trug but it is something we have used for years to collect veggies and flowers from our vegetable garden. Jennifer from The Everyday Farmhouse has a great design to make a vegetable trug and it looks super easy to construct. Thanks, Jennifer!

how to make garden trug

Prepare Your Garden for Cold Weather

Kathryn from The Dedicated House is sharing some awesome tips to prepare your garden for cold weather this year. I especially love the forward-thinking idea she shares for next year’s spring garden! Thanks for the ideas, Kathryn!

lady with basket of fall garden flowers

An Easy Flower Arrangement

With all this discussion on gardening, I thought it might be nice to enjoy the fruits of our labor in our gardens with this lovely post from Leslie at Feet Under My Table. Isn’t this flower arrangement gorgeous?? She’ll show you how to do it with flowers from your yard! Thanks, Leslie!

fal tablescape

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    1. Thanks for linking up Allyson!

  1. Leslie Watkins says:

    Thank you so much for featuring that flower arrangement. It’s a favorite way to have a centerpiece that allows for great conversation across the table. I’m honored that you loved it! Thanks, as always, for hosting!

    1. You are most welcome – the centerpiece is gorgeous!!

  2. 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!!

    1. Thanks for joining us each week Debbie!

  3. Thank you for the feature and the party! Have a great rest of the week! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

    1. Hope you are having a great week too Kathryn!

  4. Thanks for hosting, always so many lovely posts to see!

    1. And thanks for linking up Kim!

    1. Hope you have a lovely fall too Lora!

  5. Anna Price says:

    Hi Cindy! I too prefer a DSLR – although I still have a lot to learn. I like having more control with a DSLR. Definitely a topic worthy of more discussion. Many younger folks just use their iPhone. Love your tips on photography!

    1. I’m so glad you are enjoying the tips Anna! Stay tuned for a new resource coming soon!