Monthly Archives: April 2007

Tips For Taking Your Christmas Card Photo Indoors

In my last few columns, I have been concentrating on some techniques you might wish to learn that will help you shoot the best photos for your Photo Christmas Cards. My last blog entry covered some of the basics you … Continue reading

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Tips For Taking Your Christmas Card Photo In Bright Sunlight

It will be May in just a few days. Not only does that mean warmer- and hopefully sunnier days, but it means days when the sun is more directly overhead. What does this have to do with Photo Christmas Cards? … Continue reading

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For Your Photo Christmas Card, Know The Difference Between a Snapshot and a Photograph

If you are the person taking photos that will be incorporated into a photo Christmas card, you’ll want to make sure you know how to operate your digital camera as efficiently as possible. That’s why my next few blog entries … Continue reading

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How To Avoid Blinking People In Your Photo Christmas Card

That’s a diagram of the blink reflex. Most of us have that, you know. But when the camera takes a shot of us blinking, it is fair to say we’re not looking at our best. If you are taking a … Continue reading

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Turn Your Honeymoon Photos Into a Photo Christmas Card

Take a look at that nice young couple on the right side of this post. While yes, that comes from one of our Christmas cards, I’ve included this photo Christmas card in this post in order to suggest a way … Continue reading

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For Photo Christmas Card Scenes, Think Outside the Box

Last Christmas season, author and graphic design specialist Linda Kling posted several ideas for photo Christmas cards. Her suggestions are to think more creatively- not just to use a smiling, posted shot to make up your card. Because all of … Continue reading

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Consider Taking a Family Photo for your Christmas Card

Author and Mom Sherrie Le Masurier offers tips on how to organize a family photo for your Christmas card. Not as ornate as the one on the right, but a real live photo of your real live family. Before we … Continue reading

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