Whether you’re simply passionate about the world around you or looking to grow your skill set, here are our tips on getting the most beautiful spring photographs.
The weather doesn’t always cooperate with our schedules. But we still want to take pictures, no matter what the sky looks like. So when you’re at a family reunion or on vacation, but the weather isn’t on your side, what do you do?
Every photographer makes mistakes at the start. It’s the process of learning! However, those beginning mistakes can be frustrating. If you’ve tried to capture special, once-in-a-lifetime moments, only to have the photo look boring or blurry, you know how terrible this can feel. But it’s not too late to learn! These overviews of beginning mistakes will teach you how to improve your photography and avoid common rookie errors.
With digital cameras, it’s easy to capture the majesty of a mountain skyline or a spectacular sunset. All you have to do is digitally stitch them together into a panoramic photo. Sounds simple enough, right? Mostly, yes. But even digital panoramic photos can go wrong. Weird exposure differences and strange perspectives can still result from your smart phone. So how do you make your panorama turn out wonderfully using a smart phone?
Photos and documents cluttering your genealogy work space? We’ll show you how you can preserve–and even repair–your old photos to keep your memories around for future generations.
Pumpkins and black cats and warm turkey dinners – fall leaves, that cold breeze and frost on the windows… This time of year is exciting and invigorating, especially with the approaching holidays that make this season just a little bit more meaningful. If you are planning to decorate your home this holiday season …
Creating a memorable photo project can be difficult if you or someone you love is camera shy. Next time you find a camera directed at you (or need to convince someone to let you take their picture), pull these quick, easy tricks to ensure a natural, yet flattering photo.