I should start by saying I have absolutely no formal photography training. Everything I know comes from YouTube videos, experience, and bugging the hell out of a few photography friends of mine. I know what I want when setting up a shot, but the execution sometimes leaves little to be desired. I still enjoy it so I've decided to share some of my tools and tips for cake photography.
I am probably one of the biggest fans of Harry Potter. We call ourselves Potterheads. I am that girl that owns every movie and book of the series yet still watches it every time it comes on TV. It brings back great memories of getting so excited about the release of a new book. Then, staying up late to read it and trying to function at school the next day. My cousins and I would go see each movie on Thanksgiving (that's usually when they came out
Cue Julie Andrews' voice..."These are a few of my favorite things!" I've been in this decorating business for three years. In those years, I have tried so many different tools and products. Some have been a huge fail while others I buy in bulk now that I have found that they work for me. I also feel like these tools are very reasonably priced which is always a bonus.