Hi guys! My first week in Bali was very intense! I made so much plans for the next few weeks, I am so excited! A friend of my roommate is currently for one month in bali and he is a great videographer, you can check out his work here. He’s gonna help me with my very first youtube video, isn’t that cool??
Hi Guys! Another week is over, time is passing so fast tomorrow I go back to Bali already! Before I leave I want to introduce you one of my favorite cafés in Vienna: Burggasse 24. Its not only a café its combined with a vintage store, so you can take a quick break of sipping your coffee to do a little shopping. I love the interior! it looks soo cozy doesn’t it?? The best thing is of course that they got two fireplaces.
Hi Guys! I know it has been really quiet on my blog the last six months, I am planning on focusing more on doing blogposts again now! I needed a couple of months to find my routine in Bali. Its such a difference to actually live in an Asian country than just being there on vacation. Anyway! During taking all the Bali pictures I have to be honest I sometimes missed these cozy winter outfits. (human beings always want what they don’t have, right?)
I was invited to Cologne for an event by Kapten & Son over the weekend. I had an amazing time with Raphi from Heartblood and all the other bloggers. It has been really exciting to meet people in real life I only knew from Instagram. We arrived at 11am so we had enough time to check out one of the breakfast spots Cologne offers. Since it was the closest we chose a café called The Great Berry.
Let me present you one of the most beautiful places in Bali: Hideout Bali. Unfortunaley its booked out for the next months but I could spend a couple of hours during the day at the beautiful place.
Ich werde immer wieder gefragt wie ich meine Bilder bearbeite, welche Filter ich benutze, etc. Also schreibe ich jetzt einfach mal einen ausführlichen Blogpost darüber!
- Verwende Tageslicht (am Besten finde ich es im Schatten an einem hellen/bewölkten Tag, also kein direktes Sonnenlicht und auch kein zu dunkler Schatten) Falls du in der direkten Sonne fotografierst, achte darauf das du nicht gegen das Licht fotografierst, sondern, dass die Sonne dich anstrahlt.
- Achte auf den Hintergrund, ich mag am liebsten neutralen, hellen Hintergrund. Eine schöne Hauswand finde ich zb. super schön.
- Vermeide Farbstiche! Wenn du merkst, dein Foto hat einen gelben oder blauen Farbstich, such dir eine andere Location mit besserem Licht. Beim bearbeiten kann man aber auch noch viel verbessern.