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365 Day Project: Week 3

So this week I tried to edit my photos as little as possible. I only didn’t use the DSLR once – as I was panic taking it while last minute studying for maths – which meant I’ve relied on changing the camera’s settings more and I have got more confident in working out which one to change. I also took one outside (once). If you liked these you should check out myphotography blog where I'm going to post the photos that I don’t end up using for my 365 day project (please ignore the name, it's an old blog that I have reclained)

This week I'm listening to:

The new Fall Out Boy album is amazing! I’ve been playing it very loudly, on repeat instead of studying all this week. It was so hard for me to choose which one to put on this blog because I basically love them all. In the end I decided on Immortals because it’s in Big Hero 6 which I am extremely excited for. 


  1. Good soundtrack for your week! :)

  2. You have an adorable blog :D

  3. Great photographs and I love your second blog! In my opinion you can never have too many sweaters :) Your post inspired me to learn more about DSLR, because I don't use many functions of my camera, which is kind of a waste :) Have a lovely day!

    1. Thank you! Once you work out the basics, its surprisingly easy to use the DSLR's functions, you should definatly try it

  4. I did a 365 day project last year and barely made it to the end! Love that you post a roundup on your blog!

  5. Great pictures!!! I was so excited with my nomination that I forgot to tell you: CONGRATULATIONS for your nomination too :-) I have already done my work.

  6. Great photos, I like the one with socks ;)


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