Shutterfly Guru Earl shares his photography tips for looking back while on your next photo shoot.
It’s so easy to take good pictures with our digital cameras that, if not watchful, we will settle for good, rather than great, photography. In this post I’d like to share some of my photos with you and show you how Looking Down can improve your pictures. The first two photos captured what I saw […]
You might not think Groundhog Day could be the inspiration for a Valentine’s Day photoshoot. But, inspired by several great shadow photos (including this family pose) on Pinterest, we came up with a romantic pose that is perfect for the holiday. Capturing this photo requires a bit of advance planning – you’ll need sunshine, to […]
Photography has become a lot easier in this digital age. There are no worries about spending too much money on film and then having to wait to see if the photos you took are any good. In fact it has become so easy to shoot that we forget that we can edit our shots so […]
Guest post by Shutterfly fan Paul Altrocchi…I have developed a hobby of scenic photography while on hiking and snowshoeing adventures, during travel vacations, or simply from enjoying the beauty around my local area. I love putting the best of my photos in Shutterfly photo books, calendars, Christmas cards and even made a 4 season coffee mug.