Hey everyone! Halloween is almost here and I wanted to share a classic rock Halloween playlist I made with my readers. You can find it on Spotify and I’ll embed it below. It’s 10 hours long, so if you’re having a Halloween party you’ll have music for the whole time and plus some. Let me know if I missed any songs and share your favourites in the comments section!
I also wanted to share some photos my husband took of me.
My phone plan had this deal where we could book some time in a photo studio on their dime, so I decided to take advantage of that. This was my first ever photoshoot in a professional studio. The studio is called The Darkroom and it’s located in Dublin. The owner, Mella, was incredibly helpful and went above and beyond in making sure that my camera was set up properly for shooting in a studio setting. She’s very knowledgeable and explained how things like shutter speed, aperture, and ISO works and how it affects the picture.
It’s so different from taking pictures outside in natural lighting. I definitely felt inspired to learn more about photography.
Until next time! 🙂
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