Selfie help book from PhotoJojoLast year The Oxford Dictionay named “selfie” their word of the year, and who are we to argue with that? Now the folks at PhotoJojo have written a guide to selfies that they are calling “The Selfie Help Book”

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Photography For Scrapbookers - Get Your Best Photos Ever at Blythe Ponytail Parades

Get some great tips for taking better photos over at Blythe PonyTail Parade. She covers a host of topics in this post, including outdoor lighting, flash, composition and the rule of thirds. Set yourself a challenge to attack each …

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Tutorial - DIY Camera Wrap Bag from PhotoJojo

When I came across this tutorial from PhotoJojo, I knew I’d not only have to share it here, but also definitely make use of it! Sometimes I want to take along my “big” camera without taking my camera bag …

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Photography for Scrapbookers - 4 ideas for Improving Your Photography

SuzyQ Scraps shares four of her favourite tips for stretching herself and improving her photography skills. She expands on each tip shown in the image, and provides links to resources for each one.  Click here to read more.

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Four Ways to Back Up Your Photos

The folks at PhotoJojo outline four different ways that you can back up your precious digital photos. Use one or all four. Actually, you should use at least two methods to make sure your photos are truly safe.  An …

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Photography for Scrapbookers - Choosing a DSLR Camera

If you’re thinking about purchasing a DSLR camera, Kate at Clover & Dot has some advice for you. She covers price ranges. where to buy from and who to ask for even more advice. Click here to read her recommendations.

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Photography for Scrapbookers - Deciphering Lens Lingo

Are you in the market for a new lens, but you’re not sure what all the names and numbers mean? Or maybe you simply want to understand what your current lens can and cannot do. Well Lucrecer will help to …

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Photography for Scrapbookers - steppping out of auto at Vanilla Craft Blog

Step out of shooting in auto with help from Harri at Vanilla Craft Blog. She takes you through the three things critical for shooting in manual: ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed, and even includes a free cheat sheet that you

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How-to-Focus-Accurately-by Snap Creativity

My absolute favorite lens to use is my 50mm fixed, so I was excited to find this tutorial about focusing accurately with it. Courtney O’Dell explains how you can choose the best focus point for the shot you’re about

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Photography for Scrapbookers - What is ISO by Lucrecer Braxton

Lucrecer Braxton explores the ISO setting on digital cameras to help you get a better handle on using this setting. If you’ve ever wondered how to use ISO effectively, you need to go read her article. it’s all part of …

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Instagramsmall

I came across this interesting article on The Atlantic Cities website about the possible effect using Instagram has on our memories. The article quotes the results of a study by psychological scientist Linda Henkel. She asked

“To what extent …

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Photography for Scrapbookers - Photographing Scrapbook Layouts by Lisa Swift

Do you share your projects online? if so you might be looking for some help to take the best possible photographs of them. This tutorial from Lisa Swift should help. She outlines, with photos, exactly how she shoots her

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Photography for Scrapbookers - Five Ways to Photograph Active Childrenl

Katrina Kennedy writes over at About a Boy on how to photograph active children. Having a quite active boy myself, I found myself nodding my head in agreement, and learnt a few tricks! Click here to learn …

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 Photgraphy for Scrapbookers - Understanding Aperture by Courtney O'DellGet a better grip on aperture with this detailed article by Courtney O’Dell over at Snap Creativity. It’s billed for bloggers, but these basics can be applied to any photography. Click here to read more.…

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Tutorial - Photgraphing the Magic of Christmas Morning by Katrina Kennedy

Capture the magic of Christmas morning with these photography tips from Katrina Kennedy. She shares a checklist to make sure you’re ready come December 25th, and also explains how to get great photos using both natural light, and flash …

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