What sort of camera equipment do you use?
I have a wonderful Canon T3 whom I named Perry. For portrait and general photos I use a 50mm lens, while for close-ups I use a 18-55mm kit lens.
What do you like to do in your spare time besides blogging?
When I am not doing school (which I generally enjoy), I am probably working on my etsy shop. Besdies that, I also love to read classic books, travel to sunny beaches, eat out with family and friends, bake goodies, create jewelry, and play the guitar.
What is one of your favorite books?
For me, that's easy. Besides the Bible, my favorite fictional story is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Other contenders would be Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, The Blue Castle by L.M. Montgomery, and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
Okay, so that was more then one.
Who takes your outfit pictures?
It varies greatly from shoot to shoot. Sometimes, I manage to coax one of my brothers into doing it with a batch of cookies (okay, just kidding...about the cookies), and other times I am stuck fussing with Mr. Tripod outside, looking very clumsy and uncomfortable.
Have you always been homeschooled?
No, actually. I went to public school for elementary school (K-5th). Only in middle school did I begin homeschooling and am so glad that I did.
What do you like most about being mixed?
Since my mom is Chinese and my dad is American (German and Norwegian), I really love being able to experience two very different cultures. I get to celebrate Chinese New Year and eat delicious Asian foods while living in America and enjoying the occasional steak.
Also, I get to amuse myself when people ask me, "What are you?"
Oh, just some weird hybrid of the human species, that's all.
How do you learn to design your blog?
I google things constantly and learn through reading tons of tutorials and experiencing trial and error countless times. It's a constant learning process which can be frustrating, but always pays off once I see the finished product.
Want to ask me a question? Email me at talk.to.kimberly[at]gmail[dot]com or leave me a comment.