Posts Tagged ‘photography’

5 Tips for Vacation Pictures: Making Memory-Keeping Easier

Hi there! Kristin here today to share with you some vacation picture tips that will make it much easier for memory-keeping when you get home!  I know sometimes I’ve gotten back from a trip and realized I didn’t remember to take all the vacation pictures I wanted. More than a couple times I’ve gone to […]

The Phone Photography Project

We believe: The best camera is the one that’s with you. Summer is one of the best seasons of the year for photographing your daily life. Your camera phone is a lot more powerful than you think. Just because it’s a camera phone doesn’t mean you can’t take compelling, artistic, creative photos with strong composition […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Photo Organization

Last week, I shared Laura Kurz‘ thought process on which photos to display or scrap versus which photos to put in storage, and this week’s post expands on that topic a bit. I came across a great article a few months ago in Real Simple, which focused on getting your photos off of your phone or camera […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Spotlight: Laura Kurz

Occasionally I like to feature scrapbookers and photographers in this space who have what I think of as an authentic perspective on memory-keeping and living with photographs. Laura Kurz is a scrapper whose outlook on scrapbooking and its role in her life (and the lives of her family members) really resonates with me. Laura’s style […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Take Twelve

There are lots of great photography challenges floating around the internet. Some ask you to take a photo a day, others give you a theme for the month. Still others have you focus on capturing one photo of your family each month. The one I’m playing along with is Take 12 (I’m particularly drawn to […]

Photography Tip: Manual Mode

Manual Mode Most people take pictures using Auto mode, especially on point and shoot cameras. While there is certainly nothing wrong with that, it is a good idea to understand the basics of using Manual mode. Essentially, all Auto mode does is set the Manual mode settings automatically. But, sometimes Auto mode gets it wrong, […]