18-55mm lenses: how to shoot stunning portraits using just your standard lens
A nice little tutorial for hobby photographers who don't necessarily have the time to take classes but would love to learn the basics of good picture taking.
Family pic when you can't all get together for one photo. I absolutely LOVE this idea!!
She says, "Remember, it's HARD to get a good picture of toddlers, and you can't expect the perfect eye-contact and a cherubic smile every time you try. Some days it just doesn't happen. The good new is that a smile isn't the only expression worth recording. Sometimes other expressions are just as precious."
Paint a frame and string lines inside it to clothespin pictures on.
Cousin photo - number of order - color by family
this couple returned to the spot where their wedding photos were taken to capture another milestone I love the idea that time goes on, and just seeing it like this.
wedding photo idea: find a photo from your parents' wedding and recreate the same pose!
Great basic aperature info for people learning how to use "real" cameras. My best tip is to remember that it's backwards from what you think it should be. The bigger the f-stop number, the smaller the opening. Summary is the f-stop affects depth of field (how far away objects can be and still remain in focus) and the amount of light you let in. Smaller f-stop = more blur, more light.
A Lesson on Apertures~lots of info!!
Engineer Print from Staples