How To Get A Great Photo (part two)

Continuing How To Get a Great Photo (part one) there are more excellent tips on capturing that perfect photo. Just follow these and practice and you’ll get a great shot everytime! Different Angles Not every photo has to show the subject looking directly at the photo. And with kids, sometimes you have to take what you can get. It’s often difficult to pose very young children! But that’s okay. I have great photos of my toddler looking everywhere but at the camera: looking down at the ground, or even walking away. I also love photos of the subject looking off … Continue reading

How To Get a Great Photo (part one)

Photos are the most important aspect of scrapbooking! You will hear me preach, over and over again, to do these tips I have listed. These are the tips I use everyday when I’ve got camera in hand. You are sure to get some amazing shots, if you concentrate, spend time practicing, and don’t get discouraged by the poor quality of a picture or two. First, let me discuss the film. I am not going to recommend any one name brand film, as I use them all. I use film speed 400 for everyday photos most of the time. There is … Continue reading