2017/04/09

7 USEFUL LINKS TO HELP YOU TO IMPROVE YOUR FLATLAYS

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. 
Anyways, I've found some wonderful tips for flat lay photography through Pinterest and Bloglovin'.

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? 



23 comments:

  1. Great post! I am terrible at taking flat lays. Really something I want to improve upon after I've finished my exams :) x

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    1. Oh, good luck with your exams!:-)

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  2. You know when you don't even realise your flatlay is crap....then you read this post and suddenly get a whole new enthusiasm for photographing stuff. Thanks ūüėć Can't wait to put some of these tips to use. Have commented on some of the fab links you've shared too.

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    1. Oh, I'm happy to hear that this was useful to you :-)

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  3. Flatlays kuvat ovat niin kivoja! Eteenkin blogeissa. Ihana postaus ja todella paljon hyödyllisiä linkkejä:) Ihanaa kevättä sulle<3

    http://www.harrietgripenberg.com

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  4. These are super helpful links! I just started using the flatlay technique and I think it could definitely improve....

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    1. Haha, it's such a lovely way of photography!

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  5. These are such lovely tips J! Thanks for sharing them

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    1. I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed this Maikel :)

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  6. I have been trying really hard to improve my photos this year too, thanks for the helpful links

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  7. I love flatlays! I should definitely do more of these. Thanks for sharing the links, I'll check them out to get some more inspiration and ideas. :)

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    1. Happy to hear that you enjoyed this :-) !

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  8. Great post! I mostly always do flatlays and the links you've shared are so helpful to get my pics on point!

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    1. YAY, happy to hear that this was helpful :-)

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  9. This is a must bookmark post! Thanks for this! I am really looking for guides fro flatlays. i'm such a dummy in doing flatlays...

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    1. Hah, practise makes us perfect right? ;)

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  10. I've tried couple of flatlays with my recipe shots. I'm really interested in reading some tips for it :)

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    1. Yay, I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed this!

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  11. I love flat lays, but I'm concerned mine are starting to look a little boring. I've found a style that works for me and stuck to it. Thinking outside the box is something I often struggle with, so posts like this are really helpful! I know I need to invest in some more blog props and a bigger board to set my flat lays up on. Xx

    Tania | When Tania Talks

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  12. Flatlays are my favourite thing to look at, but so so hard to get right! On the flip side, it is also so rewarding when you do get it right! You have the loveliest blog here too by the way, well done on all your hard work with it pretty lady! x

    adelelydia.blogspot.com

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  13. This is helpful...waiting for the next free weekend I get to try my hand on flatlays..I've been stalling

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