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Blog - Category: How To

By Natalie DeRatt, 05/09/2017 - 13:43
Outdoor Photography is the best!

Outdoor photography has different challenges than shooting indoors or taking portraits. Lighting, setting, and weather all play an important part in whether a photo turns our amazing or just so-so. There are some important factors to take into account than can really affect your outdoor photography. Here are some tips in order to get that perfect outdoor shot!

By Natalie DeRatt, 05/01/2017 - 16:11

By Browning Hemric

Camping in the great outdoors is tough to beat in our book. With the hustle and bustle of our day to day, it’s wonderful to get to spend some quality time outside and sleep under the stars. Cooking while you’re camping however can be a little trickier than just grilling in the backyard. But never fear! You don’t have to eat cold ravioli, and with a little planning and preparation you can have delicious meals that are fun to prepare in the middle of nowhere!

By Natalie DeRatt, 02/23/2017 - 11:54
A local star gaze at UNC Asheville
Re-connecting with nature is one of the best forms of therapy we know of here at Blue Ridge Chair Works, and the night sky in all its mystery and beauty has been captivating us for as long as we have inhabited the Earth. Stargazing can be enjoyed by all ages, and a night out camping or on the porch with friends and family is a perfect venue to enjoy the cosmos. These tips for beginner stargazers both big and small will have you seeing shooting stars and discovering new galaxies in no time.
By Natalie DeRatt, 02/01/2017 - 11:35
Bird watching gear: binoculars, table, chair and flask
Often we hear the saying, “stop and smell the roses.” Meaning: we need to slow down and take the time to enjoy the little things in life that make the grand picture that much more beautiful. Sure, watching a documentary about hummingbirds on Animal Planet can be fascinating, but why not get yourself a hummingbird feeder and a front row seat to the real show outside on your back porch?