Nothing beats meeting up for drinks and dinner after a long day of work with some lovely girlfriends. Last week, we caught up over some delicious pasta on the patio of The Old Spaghetti Factory.
I've been blogging really infrequently lately, but I've just been so busy with work that it has become lowest on my priority list. I'm trying to catch up with e-mails and questions, but I've found the most common thing readers have been asking me, is what kind of camera I'm using. I find it hilarious because I don't own, nor have I ever owned, a DSLR. As much as I've been eyeing them for years and I plan to pick one up by the end of the summer, I've been using my trusty little Canon Powershot SD1200. I'm not a photographer so I don't have many tips on that regard, but what I've found with point-and-shoots, is that they are capable of doing much more than most people realize. It's all about experimentation. Read the manual, but experiment on your own - it's all trial-and-error! When you get familiar with your own camera, you'll be surprised at the improvement in quality. You too can trick people into thinking you're rockin' a swanky fancy camera!