From wedding shots to fun photo projects… and everything in between we’ve featured a great variety of blogs this week. If you’ve ever wondered what to do with those leftover photos or how to spice up a child’s birthday party then you’ve come to the right place. The Photography Week in Review is your one-stop shopping resource to get all the photo tips you missed over the past few days.
October 15th—–Photo Lessons: The Rule of Thirds. The “Rule of Thirds was one of the first lessons I learned in my college photography class and one that I have continued to apply to improve my shots over the years. Learn how dividing your viewfinder equally into three imaginary horizontal sections and three vertical sections will help you capture a prize-winning shot.
October 16th—–Fun Photo Projects: Thank You Cards. In this blog you’ll learn how a simple photography project can help spice up an ordinary birthday party. It’s quick, easy, affordable, and a welcome addition to any scrapbook.
October 17th—–Photography Potpourri: The “S” Curve and Photo Puzzles. This blog features another helpful composition tip and a fun photo project that you can get the kids to help out with.
October 18th—–Wedding Picture Reminders. Documenting one the most momentous occasions in your life is serious business. This blog includes some helpful tips that often go overlooked in the heat of the moment.
October 19th—–Tips on Photographing Your Child’s Masterpieces. If your refrigerator is wallpapered with your child’s artwork and you’re looking for creative ways to cut down on the clutter this blog is for you. I don’t have the heart to dispose of my daughter’s works of art, but I don’t have the space to store them all either, so I came up with a few ways to use photography to achieve a healthy balance.
October 20th—Creating A Well Balanced Wedding Photo Album. Speaking of balance… no bride wants her wedding photo album lined exclusively with formal shots. This blog provide tips on how to capture a variety of shots and create a well-balanced album that better represents what really happened on the big day.