#DAY 4 | What is the one thing you wish you knew how to do?

Hi Guys!

Madame Haute here, let me start by letting you know that I feel so stupid doing this 31 days of writing challenge as the topics are so basic! They are something a child in grade 4 would write about as they are borderline shallow and just plain!. Since I never back down from a challenge, I've decided to keep it moving!

One thing I wish I knew how to do was to take amazing photos that are crisp, clear and sharp and also how to edit them. To resolve that issue, I bought a new camera and will be taking Photography classes really soon (once I find one that's within my budget)! I already know how to point and shoot, but this year I want to learn the art of photography so I don't have to really rely on photographers that are sometimes fickle and might not deliver on time.

I will, of course, be sharing my journey with you all so you can see the progress. I might even stage my very own first photoshoot so watch this space.

What is one thing you wish you knew how to do?

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