Commit to your passion project

INVEST IN YOUR PASSIONS...NOW.

To begin a passion project, you just need to go for it. One of the first big steps to take is to stop thinking about it, and begin investing into tools to make it a reality. It's one thing to know what you need to do to pursue your goals, it's another thing to physically go after them and do it. I shoved out the money and bought my camera. Between that purchase, along with my url, these few steps built the foundation to make a vision a reality. It's only the beginning, but expect many things coming from Her True Nature!

THE SONY A5100

A few things I took into consideration when choosing the right camera was high quality photos and video, while still convenient in size. Small enough where I wouldn't need special passes if going to a festival, or seem like a hassle to lug around on long hikes. I was in between the highly recommended Canon G7x and the Sony a5100 camera both on the higher end of point and shoot cameras. After some hearty research and good recommendations from my bestie, the Sony came out on top.

Three little four-legged misfits helped me break in my new camera as soon as I unboxed it. Surprisingly, I got them to stay still long enough to get at least one good shot of each of them. I'm loving the convenience of the wifi capabilities to send pictures straight from the camera to your phone. I slightly edited them using the vsco app before posting. So far, I'm really feeling confident about this investment, and hoping this camera will help capture some really good nature and city shots, and step up HTN's social media game. Game on.

 Daniel's dog, Lea, 11 months. She is a Pitbull mix with a calm and sweet stature.

Daniel's dog, Lea, 11 months. She is a Pitbull mix with a calm and sweet stature.

 Socks, our rough hair Jack Russell mix, 10 months. The Tommy Pickles of the bunch: adventurous, independent and full of energy. 

Socks, our rough hair Jack Russell mix, 10 months. The Tommy Pickles of the bunch: adventurous, independent and full of energy. 

 Yoshi, the first adopted of the dogs. He's a miniature Poodle/Terrier mix circa 3 years old. He is very affectionate, would rather hang out with humans over dogs, and has a supersonic bark. He is notorious for being a brat sometimes, but his cuddle game is strong. He was rescued from Family Dog Rescue in late 2014

Yoshi, the first adopted of the dogs. He's a miniature Poodle/Terrier mix circa 3 years old. He is very affectionate, would rather hang out with humans over dogs, and has a supersonic bark. He is notorious for being a brat sometimes, but his cuddle game is strong. He was rescued from Family Dog Rescue in late 2014