Tiffany Mitchell lives in a small apartment above a French bistro in Lexington, Kentucky. Her motto is “The world is too big to stay in one place and life is too short to waste it for only one thing to do.” That’s why she cannot say exactly what she does in her life. According to her words, she is a photographer, a stylist, an illustrator and a blogger. She is also keen on business, fashion and cooking.
Having entered a college she couldn’t choose what she liked more – commercial activity or arts. Two years later she started to work at home as an independent 3D designer, and ten years later the idea came to her mind to create her own blog and share her life with ones who are keen of bakery, fashion, beauty and travels. The girl wants to inspire the others to move from words to deeds: not just dream about something, but also do it.
Photography attracted her long before she became the owner of her first reflex camera. Love to cooking began when she realized an unusual connection between people having meals together. Having studied a whole lot of manuals and blogs Tiffany has created in her tiny kitchen the real creative space where she immortalizes her culinary achievements by means of Canon 5D Mark II.
The blogger has been using Instagram for two years. She considers this application as a small set of square windows through which the person’s outlook can be seen. For her @tifforelie account she takes photos with her IPhone6 and processes them in popular VSCO and Snapseed applications.
Natural photos with no unnecessary filters and affects that is what attracts her. Tiffany thinks that to keep her Instagram profile popular she should regularly upload new pictures, be herself and keep in touch with her subscribers.
To choose the one to follow she needs to have a look at 10 pictures from some account. If she likes at least six photos, she will certainly press “Subscribe” button. The pages similar in style draw her attention, and also the profile specializing in make-up.