Tuesday Turn About #145 Spring Ideas

Looking out of my office window as I write this post, I can see the gentle breeze moving the shrubs, I hear the sound of the lovely wind chimes on my front porch and I see the birds fluttering from one tree to the next.

Spring is a lovely time, don’t you think? So many of you shared amazing spring ideas in last week’s Tuesday Turn About link party! Thanks so much for showing up here each and every week!

Tuesday Turn About #145 Spring Ideas

Check out last week’s party for more inspiration!

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Weekly Photography Tip

Have you been practicing shooting in manual mode with the easy steps from last week’s Tuesday Turn About? If you practice using those steps every single time you take a shot, your manual mode skills will improve! You are developing muscle memory each time you shoot in manual mode so keep on practicing!

This week we will begin looking at composition. This will take us two or three weeks to tackle so be sure to stay tuned!

Composition in the photography world is all about how you want to present your image, what part of the scene you want to be the most noticed, and what you want your reader/viewer to see and feel when they see the image.

Composition is about telling the story of your image. We convey our stories through text but also through images. It’s up to us as photographers to convey the story and we can do that by framing the shot so that it is pleasing to the viewer’s eye.

The first aspect of composition that I usually consider is the rule of thirds. Here is how to use the rule of thirds in your photography: imagine a tic-tac-toe grid. You can do this either vertically or horizontally, depending on how you orient your camera.

**BTW, some cameras have a setting for the rule of thirds grid like a tic-tac-toe grid. Look in your manual or do a quick Google search using your camera make and model in your search terms!

Your subject will be pleasing to the eye if you place your subject on the lines of the grid and better yet at the crosspoints on the grid! Try several different places on the grid when placing your subject to see which you like best!

It takes some practice but just like with anything, the more you use the rule of thirds in your photography, the better you will get!

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Cindy at Reinvented Delaware

Collage of two images: one of a repurposed seed spreader and the other of pine cone flowers arranged in an ironstone pitcher.

Repurposed Seed Spreader | Pine Cone Table Decorations

Julie at My Wee Abode

tuesday turn about 145 april fun collage of printable and velvet egg

Free Cherry Blossom Spring Printables // DIY Velvet Easter Eggs

Lynne at My Family Thyme

view of diy fire pit and baseball picture holder

How to Build a DIY Fire Pit | DIY Baseball Block Style Picture Holder

Be sure to hop on over to Julie’s blog at My Wee Abode and Lynne’s blog at My Family Thyme to check out SIX additional features from Tuesday Turnabout! If you haven’t been featured on Reinvented Delaware this week, you just might be featured on one of the other hosts’ blog!

bunny ear napkin rings

Have you been seeing the adorable bunny ear napkin rings swirling around Pinterest? Marie from This Dear Casa shares the easiest way to make them!

Napkin in a table setting that has a handmade  bunny ear napkin ring.

simple spring milk can

Laura from Everyday Edits found such a clever way to decorate her Simple Spring Milk Can. Such an easy idea and so fresh looking, don’t you think?

Vintage milk can that has been made over for spring home decor.

Oak End Table Quick and Easy Update

You know I love a good furniture makeover, right? Doesn’t everyone? Marie from Interior Frugalista makes over an adorable oak end table and she will take you step-by-step through the easy process!

End table that has been upcycled using paint.

Let’s start sharing! Because this is a party, we encourage all who link up to visit several other bloggers who have linked as well – comments and pins are a great way to spread the love!

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  • By linking to the party, you give us permission to share your projects on our blogs and social media. We will always give proper credit with a no-pin image.

We’re looking forward to all of your fun posts this week! Give us your best!

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10 Comments

  1. Thanks very much for including the bunny ear napkin rings this week! Thanks to you, Julie & Lynne for hosting each week 🙂

    1. You are most welcome Marie! The napkin rings are just adorable 🥰

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

    1. Thanks Debbie! Hope you have a great week!😊

  3. So many lovely features, Cindy! I especially love the watering can from Everyday Edits!

    1. Isn’t that the cutest project? So glad you enjoyed it! 🥰

  4. Hi Cindy, I have nothing new to share this week but popped over to thank you so much for the end table makeover feature. I hope the first week of April has been a good one so far!

    1. Thanks for stopping by Marie – it was my pleasure to share your end table makeover🥰 Have a great week!

  5. So many beautiful links to dive into this week, Cindy! I love all the features you chose and the photography tips are always so helpful too! Thanks so much for hosting! Hope your week is filled with all good things, CoCo

    1. So glad you were able to stop by Coco! Hope you have a great week too! 🥰

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