Interview With Carynn

Hey there, welcome back to another post! Today’s post is a highlight on Carynn from moviemakingwithrynn. Be sure to check out her blog, because she has posts on a variety of fun things! Without further ado, let’s hop into the interview.


What is your favorite color?


What is your favorite series?

The Goosebump series or the Hunger Games books.

What is your favorite animal?


What is your favorite food?

Probably brownies or fudge lava cake.

What are your hobbies?

I have a lot. The first would definitely be moviemaking, then drawing, writing, makeup, reading, blogging, and soccer.

What do you want to be when you’re older?

A movie director.

Who inspires you?

A girl on Youtube named Cherry Wallis. She does a lot of makeup tutorials, and she’s really inspiring.

What do you like about yourself? 

I really like how good my imagination is, my creativity, and I have a lot of new ideas. I’m not self conscious about my imagination.

What is your favorite part about blogging?

I love coming up with post ideas!

What is the hardest thing about blogging?

Probably the same. It’s hard coming up with post ideas. It’s hard for me to keep posting when I’m not sure if people are enjoying my posts.

Where do you see yourself in five years?

In a good college, with a part time job, being happy.

Why do you like blogging?

Probably because I like it when other people can see what interests me, and I can read how they react to it. I’m able  to express myself to people reading my blog because of similar interests.

Have long have you been blogging?

Since 4th grade!

Thank you for reading! (And thank you for doing the interview, Carynn!) Be sure to check out Carynn’s blog! Before you head out, I have a question for all of you: why do you like blogging?


Into the Spotlight: Denise W.

I’m interested in photography. It never grows old. That’s why I took the time to interview Denise W., a photographer, to ask her to share her photography experiences with me. Although Denise isn’t a fashion photographer, fashion is very important in photography.



Q: In fashion photography, what do you think is important to make the picture it’s best?

A: A person has to be thoughtful on what they want to be photographed in. The color the person chooses to be photographed in should compliment their hair color and complexion to make the picture its best. But it’s not just about the color; it’s also about pattern and texture as well as style.


Q: Why do you like photography?

A: It allows me to be my most creative. I love going back and looking at what I’ve done. I like the process of taking the picture, and then putting it on the computer and looking at it and making it the best I can with editing tools. First and foremost, I love how my creativity comes out from taking a picture.


Q: What do you photograph most?

A: The most of my photography is travel photography. Why I like that so much is because I’m discovering: I’m discovering new places, people, and food. Whenever I travel it’s like a whole new experience for me, and each place is unique in its own way.


Q: Some places you’ve traveled include Turkey, Paris, Rome, and Ireland. Out of these, which are your favorites and why?

A: It’s hard to pick a favorite; they’re all so different. But my favorites would have to be Paris and Rome. I loved planting myself in these cities and exploring what each had to offer.


Q: Did you notice different fashion styles in the places you’ve visited?

A: Yes, definitely. European urban fashion is different than typical American fashion.

Q: Could you give an example?

A: I don’t know how to say it, but to me, from head to toe, they seem to be more fashion-conscious and thoughtful about what they wear. For example, their use of hats, scarves, jewelry, and footwear are things that made the impression on me.

Q: After traveling to different places, did their clothing make you think more on what you wear?

A: For Rome, yes it did. I find myself being a little more thoughtful since then; I find when I get dressed to go out, I think more about what I’m picking out, whether it is boots, or a scarf. I’m defiantly more conscious of what I wear.


Q: To make the picture turn out best, what do you have to think about for a detailed picture vs. a more general picture? Does one require more thought? Describe what you have to think about when you’re about to take a picture.

A: When I want to take a picture, whether it’s a person, or an old church, I like to view what I’m photographing from many angles; I walk around it, I look at what the background will be, because the background isn’t as important as what I’m photographing, and I don’t want it to take away from the picture. I also have to consider the lighting conditions; the time of day is pretty important. Sometimes I’ll just try to work on angles. There are a lot of other things to consider before taking the picture, but those are the main things.

Q: Thank for your time!

A: You’re welcome! Thank you for asking me to participate in this interview. I love the photography journey that I’m on.


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