How to Take Photos of the Holidays that You Will Treasure Series | Click it Up a Notch®
Who doesn't love to capture the joy of the holidays, with the traditions, excitement and fantastic Christmas lights? Over the past few years I have put together a variety of Christmas photography tips and wanted to put them all in one place for you.
Winter Photography Holiday Fairy Lights in Trees Festive | Etsy
Fine Art Winter Photography Title: "Fairy Lights" Fairy lights twinkle among winter trees in a festive holiday scene. This listing is for a borderless, fine art photograph, printed on beautiful premium archival paper with archival inks. It will be very carefully packaged for safe shipment. Multiple sizes available – see drop down menu. All images shown in this shop are copyrighted under US and International copyright law to Georgianna Lane
Colored Lens Filter DIY
I love new photography tricks! I was so happy to find a plastic box that was covering my friend’s left over food because I was able to repurpose it for this project! One of my favorite things…
An Introduction to Filters in Photography
Filters are an important photographic tool, and there are many different types and brands available. This post will provide a quick overview of the four most common types of filters used with DSLR cameras, including what they are, how they are used, and example photographs taken with them. (All filters shown are the actual filters that I personally use when shooting.) Filters are pieces of glass that attach to the front of your lens and serve a variety of purposes. Filters can be for…
Craftaholics Anonymous® | Product Photography Tips For Crafters
Awesome product photography tips for online business owners! Make your handmade products pop in your photographs with these tips and tricks.
Food Photography Lighting with Artificial Lights
Food Photography Lighting with Artificial Lights! Everything you want to know about using Ego Lights for food photography!
Blue hour and Golden hour photography tips
Tips for taking photos during the golden hour (just after sunrise & before sunset) and the blue hour (just before sunrise and just after sunset).