Sunday, 29 July 2012

New Tripod = Vogue 1247 Action Shots

I finally snapped some photos in the Rachel Comey skirt, Vogue 1247.

I'm wearing the red one that I added twelve inches to the hem length. I wrote about it here.

What took so long to post pictures was not having a tripod for my camera. My old tripod was mysteriously found broken on the coffee table. I finally got around to replacing it.

I took these pictures using a JOBY gorillapod SLR-Zoom. It is a flexible tripod, coolest thing ever. The camera, while snapping these pictures, was hanging off the side of a plum tree branch. I won't be leaving this one lying around the house. Come to think about it, it might be safer on the tree branch?

Anyway, I should get back to the sewing projects on the table and listing new patterns for sale on the etsy shop.

Happy Sewing!





6 comments:

  1. A flexible tripod!!! What next!!! Your pictures are worth it...
    ✿ Judy
    made by J

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    1. Ah, thanks. Yeah, I think this tripod is the coolest thing.

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  2. I love how you bound the sleeves!

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    1. Thanks, but the top is a Liz Claiborne that I picked up years ago. I can only take credit for shortening it and finishing the alterations with a rolled hem.

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  3. I love this ensemble! The skirt is very versatile and such a fabulous color!

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    1. Thanks, I'm already thinking about making "winter versions" in wool of this skirt. Hands down, favourite pattern, love the pockets!

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