Some opportunities for photography last only a few weeks, but if you take full advantage of them, you can get amazing photos to last you the entire year. This time, we’re holding a light to the white scenery of a frigid winter. Nature has its long winter sleep and often our own energy is lacking, but winter photography has a magic all its own. We’ll give you some ideas on how to best discover it.
Do you send out New Years’ greetings for yourself or your company every year? Try doing them a bit differently this year: create an original greeting styled to look like a photo on old paper. A nice greeting will delight its recipients, and you can also create it in just a few clicks.
No Christmas photo gifts for Granny yet? No problem. Light some candles, roll out some Christmas lights, and make an atmosphere of creativity for yourself and your children. Delight the grandparents, while having lots of Christmas fun with your kids too.
This Christmas, make it easier for the kids in your family to hand out the gifts. Create your own tags with both names and photos. Then even the youngest children, who haven’t learned to read yet, will have the joy of handing out the gifts and finding their own.
If you’ve got a photographer in the family, you can definitely please them this Christmas with some well-chosen photo gear. But choosing a gift for a photographer can be quite
“Too impersonal.” That’s how many people see it when you send a text message for Christmas. And so they’re slowly going out of fashion. People are turning to more original greetings—like paper Christmas postcards they make from their own photos. Take a look with us at how to create a postcard like this.
Christmas is knocking at the door, and lots of photographers would love to send an original Christmas greeting—their own photos. Today we’ll look close up at one photo that would make a great greeting, to help you delight with a similar one of your own.
Incense sticks are normally used to give your room the right atmosphere. But the smoke from incense sticks also forms one long unique, creative movement. And that’s a natural challenge for photographers. So get inspired by this photographic experiment with incense sticks and tea lights, and take advantage of the Christmas holidays for similar experiments of your own.