The cosy palette of Winds of Winter goes perfectly with our damp, chilly winter weather. The sweet embellishments in this collection are a great addition to the papers in this kit.
How fast do I want to snap this photo? That is the question you should ask yourself when you are setting your shutter speed in manual mode. How much natural light is available when you are taking the photo has a direct relationship to how fast you want to snap the photo. So if you are in low light you will need to hold your shutter open longer and if it is a bright situation you will need it to open and close quickly.
Shutter Speed = Time
Ready to learn about aperture/F-stop? I am going to share a few tips with you about how to get started setting your aperture.
The first step is to decide what you are trying to achieve from the photo you want to take, blurred background, everything in focus, stop action, blurred action. If you are trying to blur your background or keep everything in focus it is your aperture you are going to set first. When beginning it is a good idea to go 50 percent manual and you do this by using the A(Nikon) or AV(Canon) mode found on the dial on the top of your camera. In this mode you set the f-stop and the camera chooses the correct shutter speed to balance the light meter in your camera.
Would you like to get your camera off the automatic settings and take control of your camera? I am going to teach you about the different features that are available on most DSLR cameras (digital single-lens reflex) in this post and then I will do a more detailed post on some of the most important components of manual photography. The first step is to go to the dial on the top of your camera and turn the dial to “M” and away from the “Auto” or the green box option.
My husband travels a lot for work and it can be lonely when you are required to be a away from your family and your home. We all carry mobile phones that have lots of photos stored on them and access to social media to see what is happening at home, but there is nothing as rewarding as holding an album with printed photos of the people you love in your hands.
The Digital Mi Amor kit isn’t just for Valentines! It can be used for many different themed photos throughout the year, love, wedding, couples, travel, formals and Valentine’s!
What do you photograph at birthdays? I wanted to share a few of the things that I like to photograph on that special day in our home.
I just wanted to share an idea on how to use the Slide-in Packs to get an album completed quickly.
I always take so many photos when we are on holiday because I want to capture the memories, but I also enjoy photography so it is a major highlight of vacation for me.
I struggle when I get home to get my album done because our busy schedule sometime gets in the way.
This time I thought I would try something different and journal about our holiday while we were there and use the Multi-Pocket Pages to complete my album when I returned home.
Snapping photos at night can be challenging and rewarding! There are so many fun things hiding in the dark to capture – the moon, stars, shadows, lights, reflections …. I find working in manual mode has made the biggest difference in success for me with my photos in the dark! This post may get a little techie, but I will try to keep it simple and easy to understand. There is a lot of trial and error that goes on with night time photography and digital is so fantastic for learning and experimenting.
I love my digital scrapbooking content around special occasions because I can personalise, gifts, cards, invites, decorations, tags and more! Just wanted to share an idea to make your own tags for your Christmas gifts. The Christmas Past Collection is perfect for making tags!