Posts Tagged ‘christmas’

Christmas 2007

Christmas 2007

Originally uploaded by Love For Punk

The beginning of my christmas set! Enjoy & Merry Christmas to All! This set was taken on and around Christmas Eve/Day 2007. I was inspired, and wanted to make a set of MiniMoo cards to use as Christmas Present Tags, but alas I did not get around to it these year. So here’s hopes of starting early and in time next year!

Click! to see my Christmas Set on Flickr!


Merry HDR Christmas

Merry HDR Christmas

Originally uploaded by Stuck in Customs

I should of waited the few extra days to post this. I wasnt at all surprised when I found this image on the first page when I did my search. StuckInCustoms is one of my favorite and most admired HDR photographers. I am so glad that I have had the pleasure to check out his works, as Im sure he will continue to amaze me. A Merry Christmas Indeed.

Today’s word: Christmas

16 Christmas Photography Tips

It’s just a few days until Christmas so I thought a quick tutorial on the topic of Christmas Photography might be appropriate. Hopefully this will give you some good Christmas photo ideas.

Here are 16 Christmas Photography tips and ideas to try that come to mind for digital camera owners wanting to capture the big day:

1. Prepare – Making a List, checking it twice….

Making sure you’re ready to capture any planned event is part of the key to a successful shoot. Getting yourself ready but also the location of your shots is worthwhile.

  • Pack the camera – goes without saying? I forgot mine last year in the rush to get the car packed.
  • Make sure your batteries are charged and you have extras and/or the recharger packed.
  • Pack extra memory cards – have them empty and ready to fill up
  • Put someone on ‘photos’ – our family has someone on drinks, main course, dessert – why not put someone on ‘photos’ so that in the craziness of the day they don’t get forgotten.
  • Consider the light in the room that you’ll be photographing in. Is there enough light? Will you need a flash? Are the backgrounds too cluttered and distracting?

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