Darlings, happy Saturday! Here are the little lovelies that currently have CC smitten!
Be sure to read to the end for CC's review of a fabulous new tome on iPhone photography!
Hermès Galop ring in rose gold, at hermes.com.
Sara Weinstock Taj Baguette 18k white gold diamond vertical drop earrings, at modaoperandi.com.
Jacquie Aiche Kate diamond and 14kt gold tennis bracelet, at matchesfashion.com.
Max + Min The Meru Micro Tote in Slate Blue, at shopmaxandmin.com.
Saint Laurent Victoria quilted-leather shoulder bag, at matchesfashion.com.
Off-White Jackhammer shoulder bag, at revolve.com.
Dior small Book Tote in Navy Blue I Love Paris and Hearts Embroidery, at dior.com.
Zimmermann Luminous silk-linen lace cropped top, at modaoperandi.com.
Marni bi-colour belted twill trench coat, at matchesfashion.com.
Carolina Herrera bow-detailed silk faille mini dress, at modaoperandi.com.
Bronx and Banco Medeleine Dress, at revolve.com.
Jonathan Simkhai Ariel draped linen maxi dress, at modaoperandi.com.
Fendi ladder-cutout linen midi dress, at matchesfashion.com.
Saint Laurent chainmail jumpsuit, at mytheresa.com.
The iPhone Photography Book, by Scott Kelby.
Thank to Kourtney, president and co-founder of Pacific & Court, for sending CC a copy!
This concise, witty, full-color illustrated book explains in mini-chapters how to get professional-looking images with the camera you always have with you! CC picked up a bunch of tips and tricks, such as:
1) Use Burst Mode for shooting something that's moving.
2) Never use iPhone's built-in flash.
3) Don't put your subject in the middle of the frame. Use the rule of thirds (invented by a painter in 1797): divide your image into 3 sections, and place your subject where those lines intersect.
4) When photographing people, direct sunlight and artificial light should be avoided. The best time to shoot is when the sun is low in the sky.
Darlings, CC hopes this manual helps you become a better photog, too!