Flat lay photography is really out there.
It has been quite a while.
And I absolutely love it.
For me, one of my blogging goals for 2017 was to improve my own flat lay photography. As I love them so much, why wouldn't I jump on the bandwagon and try to improve my own? So far, I can't say that I've improved that much. I've basically spent my early year studying the flat lay photography via different blogs and practising shooting those with and without a baby. Now, with the baby - I genuinely haven't had time to practice as much as earlier this year but I'm getting there.
I've gained some inspiration through all these helpful blog posts and I honestly can't wait to master my flat lays. But then again, is it really something that can genuinely be mastered? I don't know but I'm looking forward to finding it out.
TO GET YOU STARTED
Getting started with flat lay photography, you should know what it is. I found a pretty blog post by Chantelle from Fat Mum Slim which pretty much sums up everything you need to know about what the actual f the flat lay is.
HOW TO MASTER FLAT LAY PHOTOGRAPHY
I've noticed that styling is pretty essential when it comes to flat lays. I still struggle with this, to be honest, and sometimes I just go with the flow. Styling all the bits and bobs all over again is so rewarding, or is it just me who enjoys that?