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 […]
We asked our Facebook fans for their digital photo organization tips, and boy, did we get answers! Here’s the top tips from our fans – do you use these strategies? Step 1 – Get Those Photos onto the Computer! Of course, the most important step in saving (and organizing) your digital photos is to transfer […]
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.
Over the years I’ve received a lot of good photographic advice and it has included Look Up, Look Down, Look Back and Look Thru when trying to take great photos out of good opportunities. In this blog I’m showing examples of “Looking Thru” and I will deal with other “Looks” in future blogs. The first […]