What type of camera do you use?
The majority of photos which I take and appear on my blog I photograph using is a Nikon D5300 and a series of different lenses, and I use Photoshop or Photoscape to edit my photographs. I most frequently use the AS-F Nikkor 18-200mm 1:3.5-5.6 G ED VR II Lense and I love it! It is a great all around lense that does everything I need it to! If I use some of my instagram photos, which I do occassionally those are usually edited by Camera+ or VSCO.
Who takes your photos?
Most photos that appear on here of me are taken by my wonderful friends and family! They are such a support here on my blog, and have been with me through this whole journey! Many of the photo’s featured here are taken by myself, but not all. I try to use as many of my own original photos as I can, but sometimes I source images from free stock websites like unsplash.com or deathtothestockphoto.com. These are two great resources, and although it is not required (by licence) for me to credit them, I do reference if I use them at the end of posts to differentiate between which photo’s are mine own and which are not. You will find this reference underneath my signature sign-off. You are more than welcome to share my images on your personal blog, however I kindly ask that you please clearly reference the photo and include a link back to my blog. If you wish to use my images for professional use or other purposes, please contact me.
Is blogging your full-time job?
No, blogging for the moment is not my full-time job, but rather a hobby and creative outlet that I run in my spare time (or more often, most of the time).
What advice would you give to a new blogger, or someone thingking of starting a blog?
My number one advice would be to jump in and see what happens! There can be a lot of pressure to be a certain type of blogger so I really think staying true to yourself as you blog will be the best thing you can do to find your voice and maintain your genuine and sincere authenticity. Frequent posting, and establishing an organised post-planner will also save you time when creating content. Most of all remember to have fun and be creative!
Where did you go to university and what did you study?
I currently attend the University of Technology, Sydney, and I study a bachelor of Nursing degree. I am scheduled to graduate at the end of 2016.
Where have you lived overseas?
I have lived in a series of countries and cities overseas including Asia, USA, Europe, and Australia. I absolutely dream of living overseas again.
Why did you move so much?
My Dad’s job was the main reason my family moved so much, but I am thankful that we did. I loved living overseas and experiencing different cultures, and it instilled in me a desire to see as much of the world as I can.
Where should I go when I come to Sydney?
I love Sydney and have so many favourite places to visit. The Queen Victoria Building on George Street is my favourite building, closely followed by The Strand Arcade which is just nearby. I definitely recommend visiting these two locations, browsing the shops and taking time out to have a cup or coffee or Lunch while you are here. The Palace Tea Room is my favourite tea salon in the QVB! Taking a stroll over the Harbour Bridge is another recommendation high up on my list. Be sure to take a camera and take some photo’s as you’ll have a great view of the Opera House and city. For more, take a look at my Sydney Guide which has all the posts I’ve taken on what to do, and places to go in Sydney, as well as my top five!
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