They say a picture says a thousand words. Whether you’re a professional photographer or an amateur with a love for taking the best selfies, capturing events can be a truly surreal experience. Photographing events can be really fun, but they can also be very challenging. Things can happen very fast, the atmosphere can be very charged, and you might end up missing out on the best moments or fail to capture them in the best way. So, are you preparing to cover a small event or capture a wedding experience? These tips will help you get the best shots.
Whether you are looking to make your house feel more like a home by scattering photo prints of friends and family around, or you are a keen photographer who loves to get your favourite snaps printed, you may be faced with the frequently asked question: is bigger always better when it comes to photo prints?
Practical Photography’s Digital Camera School book is designed both for beginners and experts, and delivers a unique photography course for all levels of ability and interest. Mr C and I have wanted to improve our photography skills since we bought the DSLR five years ago. I always wanted to improve my food photography for my blog whilst Mr C wanted to learn more on portraiture.
We have hung our family portraits above our bed for a number of years now, ever since the kids have been able to pose nicely for photos. I enjoy the constant reminder that I am fortunate to have them and for us to have each other. So I was so glad to be offered to review this photo canvas! PhotoBox offers three different formats (Rectangular, Square and Panoramic) and various sizes of Photo Canvas. I went for the biggest size to suit our wall, rectangular 76.2cm x 50.8cm (30 x 20 inch) with photo wrapping around edges.