Sunday, March 22, 2015

Pretty Pix




Hi everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend, ah it was SO nice being back in TX with my ladies. We did some work on Austin lol good times. I'll save those stories for another day...But for today, I was going through my camera and found these pretty pics I took the past month and wanted to share.

It's amazing what a decent camera lens and good lighting can do for your images. I've been practicing with different settings on my camera and trying to steer less from going complete automatic mode haha. Let me tell you I am NOT a photography guru genius, but I do enjoy trying to figure out my best snaps. A lot of people have asked me what camera I use and I normally use a Cannon Rebel xi with a 50 MM lens. I try to keep everything pretty basic and touch up anything with iPhoto. I have a few friends with camera experience who usually snap my style post pics, Oh and Chayson he does that too sometimes ;)

Accessories, flowers, heels...what's not to love? Lately I have been obsessed with incorporating bits of turquoise into my looks. The earrings above are perfect for that. I received them as a gift but I linked similar styles above. Same with both statement necklaces, it's easy to pair with neutral tones as well. Slowly trying to add some color back in. I wore this fun pastel romper HERE this past weekend. I'll have to post the full look soon...when the weather cooperates ;)

Hope you are off to a great week!

xo
Victoria
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  1. Oh my - I get so frustrated with my camera I am actually taking a course at UCLA this fall. It is SO difficult to get everything together on manual mode! That said :) ...these pictures are amazing and I love the jewels, flowers and of course heels! Great post!

    Brenda
    www.alaplagestyle.com

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    1. Thank you so much! I love taking jewelry pix...the colors always come out so vibrant!

      xo

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  2. You apartment looks so cute! I can't wait to eventually see it!
    xo, Kyla

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    1. YES we seriously need to schedule something asap!

      <33

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  3. Lovely photos! I've been adding turquoise to my outfits as well - I'm becoming slightly obsessed!! haha <3

    xoxo,
    Amanda | www.thechambraybunny.com

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    1. Right? I need more turquoise!!!!! Thanks for stopping by :)

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  4. Beautiful photos…so much to learn when taking photos, I'm trying to branch out myself and learn more! I am absolutely LOVING those turquoise earrings…they are amazing! Beautiful accessories!

    xo, Brooke
    www.kbstyled.com

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    1. Thank you Brooke! You always look fabulous ;)

      xo

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  5. Great photos! Photography can be challenging, but oh so rewarding when you get it right, as you did here. Thanks for sharing.

    Jeanne

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    1. Thank you! It's all coming along :) Lighting at least for me helps sooo much. I can get the camera to do most of the work ;)

      xo

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  6. All of this is so beautiful. Tulips are my favorite! And I absolutely adore that first statement necklace, the muted tones are beautiful.

    Jessica
    http://teamwiking.com

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    1. Thank you :) I do love fresh flowers and those tulips were the perfect center piece.
      Thanks for stopping by!

      xo

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  7. I love your pics ! I deff NEED that lens!

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    1. Girl you gotta get it! It's a great basic lens and not overly expensive like a lot of the others.

      xo

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  8. i need to practice with my camera more!!! peter (my bf) takes all my pictures, and i feel like i have barely scratched the surface! Loving those city books you shot!

    xoxo, Elena Michelle
    www.anewyorkloveaffair.com

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    1. Thank you! Same here or I will have a friend take them. I found the books at HomeGoods! I love them so much, and they are blank so you can actually use them!

      xo

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