Notes from a Craft Studio

September Photo Inspiration

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So we're looking forward to crisp autumn days, the children are going back to school and summer holidays are a distant memory.... Here's a few suggestions on photos you could be snapping this month. School Routine New beginning Late Goodbye Nine Sandwich Hold Reflection Between Shopping Circles Rubbish Group Craft Golden Habit Apples Where I’m standing Strong Indulgent

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August Photo Inspiration

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Use these words as a kick start for your photographic inspiration, theres not right or wrong photos to take, just go with the flow and interpret the subjects however you desire!! Freshly cooked!! Perspectives Holiday Beach Purple Eight Horizon Favourite Balance Drinks Late Everyday Trip Water Where I’m standing Feet Flight Sleeping Comparison Familiar Alternate Red Reflection Family

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Get clicking.....

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  Heres some ideas to give you some mojo for your photos..... Print off my monthly photo inspiration list (from this blog), if you are short of an idea of what to photograph you can pick a subject from there. You don't have to use your 'main' camera all the time, your phone camera is still a camera! Take pictures of you or your family's day to day life - people normally only capture happy or exceptional circumstances and miss the everyday. Pick a theme for the year and take a photo today to get your started.   (the theme doesn't...

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Photos Everywhere? Here's 5 tips to get organised.

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If you are like me, you'll probably have photos stored in lots of different places, even if you've been making albums for a while.   Its really satisfying to get organised, and this time of year is a great time to do it!  By keeping a few basic tips in mind, you can get a handle on it in no time. Whether you have traditional prints, digital, or both, the basics are the same Gather all your photos in one place. This may take you an hour, an afternoon or a few weeks, depending on how many you have and where...

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Seven Tips for Organising your Digital Images

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You’ve probably got quite a lot of digital images by now, from your camera, tablet and phone, and adding more by the day, so here’s some tips to help you get organised. Set your camera date and time Do this and you will ensure each image you take is marked invisibly with the date and time (and probably location too).  This will allow you to search and sort chronologically on your computer. One Photo folder Put all your pictures in the same folder, I recommend your Pc’s ‘Pictures’ folder. A single place for storage means that photos will be easy...

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