It has also been challenging for me to let go of needing the perfect photo. I'm reminding myself that this is a process, that I'm learning, and it's ok if the photo is a little grainy. My intent is to document. Part of why I haven't documented is because I kept trying to make it perfect ... the perfect background, the perfect scene, the perfect photos. Blah! So I'm letting go and letting it happen. I can always photograph again later if I want to improve. Besides, seeing the results and trying out different photo spots has been so enlightening - this works, that doesn't, days, times, etc. Many people write about how to get the perfect photos, but it really solidifies for me when I stumble through and learn by trial and error. The master has made many more mistakes than the beginner has ever dreamed of. I hope I'm inspiring you to get out and do something no matter whether you are perfect or not!
Me made items worn Week 1:
- Day 2: 1940's vintage apron turned skirt pattern.
- Day 3: Fehr Trade XYT top
- Day 4: Nothing.
- Day 5: Dia De Los Muertos top (copy from RTW) using Heather Ross Dancing Skeletons fabric (this was a pant leg on PJ's when I bought it!)
- Day 6: Espresso leggings turned capris
- Day 7: Kaffe Fasset netting top (copy from RTW pre-dates the Dia De los muertos top)
- Day 8: Nothing.
- Day 9: Copy of my favorite Champions yoga capris.