New Project Handmade photo cards
Handmade photo cards new project
As you might have noticed I decided to take all the many flower pictures I took and use them for invitations, post cards, and any thing custom order. Everyone is photographed by me and used to make a design from different styles using a editor program to only add text and frames. Here's how I do it in stages.
How to pick which picture to use
First of all, as a photographer you take hundreds of shots to find out which ones came out great. And then there's the part that they all are good ones. Since I don't really edit by photographs just a touch up if even that I decided to play around with all the cool features I have on my Macbook Pro free app I found that is OMG! So fun to play with and you can do almost anything. Back to the topic. Here's the examples of my photos I choose to create each one so far.
Examples of photo cards and thier color palette
Here's an example of how i come up with the colors and design my backgrounds.
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An obsessive pursuit of the perfect photo can become a kind of calling. I have grown my skills in photography since I was in high school. My passion grew as I started to realize the beauty that I am surrounded by living in Oregon. I'm a little bias since I was born and raised here. Over the past year, I have been traveling around taking pictures and writing a journal to share my experience and the history behind each place. Here are 7 tips I have learned throughout my life about taking photographs that show the beauty in many different settings.
Well of course there’s the coast. The stretch of US 101 between Port Oxford to Brookings to the south is considered one of the most “oooooh” and “WOW!” scenic drives in the state, and one that’s usually less trafficke than up north.
To beginners, in digital photography, the sheer variety of filter special effects sounds excited ting and intriguing but this can be confusing while others are afraid to use them. While many effects are just garnish and some produce completely pointless results as I've learned from trying almost each one. However, it is useful to know what are the effects available on most photography editing software or apps.
This section provides a brief and general answers to frequently asked questions about copyright. The law is always changing rapidly and it varies in detail between countries. You should always check for new changes. These are the newest ones I found to help out for now.
What is copyright
Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright covers both published and unpublished works. (Source). Copyright Is a property right. Under the federal Copyright Act of 1976, photographers are protected by copyright from the moment of creation. According to the U.S. Copyright Office, the owner of the “work” is generally the photographer or, in some situations the employee of a photographer. (source sited)
I recently just got my first MacBook Pro and I love it! There’s so many wonderful things about Apple products that I spent the first week looking through all the apps, preinstalled apps, and learning each one. As I was going through pages of apps I came across this photo editing one called Photoscape X. It’s amazing! Wait until you sign up and view the weekly video tutorials I have been making to share ideas and give you the download on the basic features.
What is photography?
I thought I might start off with what is photography and the history and reasons to use before I start publishing any future posts on my own learning experience through classes, self taught, reading, and sharing with learning from other photographers. Many definitions of photography are possible, although none will be universally agreed upon. This is how I read about. Photography defined as "a system designed to produce photographs." (Tom Arg) Photography means " a visual recording of an event through the agency of light using a light-sensitive material."