You can reach me by email at indigoscones (at) gmail (dot) com. I will do my very best to get back to you.
For recipe-specific questions, please comment directly on the page containing the recipe. You'll get a quicker response that way rather than through email, and anyone else wondering the same thing will get answered just by seeing your comment and its reply.
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A few factoids:
My camera gear:
My first food photos ever taken were with a Fuji point-and-shoot, which I used for my first blog. When I started this blog, I upgraded to a Canon Rebel XTi. I first used the standard kit lens (18-55mm), but now consistently shoot with a 50mm f1.8; and sometimes a borrowed 24-70mm f2.8. It is an ever-learning process that I love.
My first blog:
Yeah, I did have another blog. It was my first Indigo Scones, published in the summer of 2011. And it frustrated me. I deleted it, knowing that if I wasn't enjoying it, there was no point. After learning a thing or two, I worked up the gumption to try again. I relaunched Indigo Scones in the tail-end of 2011, and it's one of the best decisions I've ever made.
More than sweets:
Though I prefer to bake and photograph sugar-y things, I can certainly cook, and post such savory experiences when I find it convenient and applicable.
My words & recipes:
Please do not copy my text explicitly, make your own words shine! And of course, you may also blog and share my recipes as you see fit, I'd be honored! I only ask that you link back to me as your original source.
It's way too easy to grab somebody's labored-over photograph. Out of respect and common decency, I must ask you to first contact me (email@example.com) for permission if you intend on using more than one of my images. I'm fine with being used in round-ups and the like, but rarely does that require the use of more than one photo. Just let me know that you need more and what your purpose is with them.
I claim right of ownership to this blog, its name, and all of its content. The domain is my own paid thang. Copycats aren't cool.