Disney World

Hey everyone! I hope that you are all having a wonderful weekend! My family just got back from a vacation to Disney World and we all had a wonderful time! We went to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, and Epcot. 🙂 We spent each day at one of the parks riding rides and seeing shows. We saw a Lion King show which was full of dancing, singing, tumbling, and much more! We see the show every time we go to Disney World and it’s always my favorite. We also saw “Finding Nemo the Musical” which was also amazing! Down below is a collage of some of the pictures that I got, I hope that you enjoy it!

Have you been to Disney World? If so, what was your favorite thing there?


Photography Tips

Hello everyone! I have had many requests for a photography tips post in the past, so I have finally decided to do one. This is the first time I’ve doing anything like this, and I am looking forward it. I hope that you enjoy this post and that it will help with your photography.

1. Look for the little things.

There are going to be times when you may see a breath-taking view or a pretty sunset, you’ll take it’s picture, and it will turn out gorgeous. I love it when something amazing is placed in front of me and all I have to do is click a button. There are times though when I go outside and I see nothing that inspires me. I look around and I don’t see anything that catches my eye. I have recently learn that sometimes it’s the littlest things that are gorgeous, they just aren’t easily spotted. Sometimes instead of looking for the obvious things, look for the little things that no one seems to notice. They can turn into great pictures.

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2. Try different angles and locations.

Pictures aren’t always going to turn out exactly the way you want them too, they may be fuzzy or focus on something else. One way to help not have those problems is to ( if possible ) try taking the picture in a different location or trying a different angle. There are many times when I try taking pictures of things and it’s just not turning out right, I move locations or hold my camera a different way and it turns out the way I wanted it to.


3. Look into the settings of your camera.

So, this is actually something I just started a few weeks ago. ( Oops ) My camera was set on automatic and I just left it that way, I never read the manual or anything. After finally deciding to I realized that it had many more settings and features then I even knew about. I was absolutely amazed with it all and it’s definitely something I recommend doing from

4. Making your camera focus right.

I have always struggled with focusing on just the right thing. I’ll be focusing on something and it’s looking good, then I’ll move a tiny bit and it’s on something completely different. My new favorite way to focus on something is to move the zoom button is very little at a time. If I go to fast, it stops focusing on what I want. If I take my time though and slowly zoom the camera up close to what I want to take a picture of, it works much better.


5. Have fun!

Photography has been a love of mine for as long as I can remember. I do it because I have fun while I do it. I love going outside and seeing what I can find to take pictures of. Sometimes I’ll challenge myself and I’ll stay outside until I have a certain amount of pictures that I feel like turned out good. Have fun while doing photography, don’t get to caught up with trying to get “ the perfect picture” like I used to be. Go out and have fun. Try your best to get some good shots, but it’s okay if every picture doesn’t turn out exactly the way you want it to. Just keep on trying and have fun with it.

Thank you all for reading! I hope that these five tips help you in some way. I feel like over the past year my love for photography has grown a lot. It started with getting this blog and now opening my etsy shop, Maddy Crone Photography. Thanks to everyone for all the encouragement that you have given me this past year!


Dandelion Photo


Hey everyone! I hope that you are all having a great weekend so far! Today, I wanted to show a recent photo that I got of some dandelions. I was trying to take it’s picture in the grass, but my camera was focusing on everything but the flowers. I took that flowers and sat them on our driveway, and it immediately started focusing on the flowers. One tip is if your camera isn’t focusing on what you want, try to either move the object or take it from a different angle. I was thinking, how would you like for me to do a photography tips post? Also, you can find this photo on my etsy shop here!

Monkey Grass Photo


( You can buy photo here )

Hey everyone! Here is a recent photo that I got. It’s simply just some berries that have been growing on some monkey grass that we have by our house, but I thought that I’d share the picture with you anyways. 🙂 Let me know what you think of it, and have a great weekend!

Maddy Crone Photography Etsy Shop


Hey everyone! I have recently started an etsy shop to sell my pictures. All of the photos I have taken myself, and some have been featured on my blog. : ) Taking pictures is really enjoyable to me, and I love that I get the opportunity to start a business with something I love doing! If you would like to see my shop, I put a link in the picture. Thanks so much!