Friday, December 05, 2008

Take better holiday photo tips

It just a few days until Christmas 2008 so I thought tips on the topic of holiday photography and photos might be appropriate. Hopefully this will give you some good holiday photo ideas!
Taking Great Holiday Pictures

Get Your Camera Holiday-Ready
  • Pack the camera - goes without saying? I forgot mine last year in the rush to get the car packed.
  • Make sure your batteries are charged and you have extras and/or the recharge packed.
  • Pack extra memory cards - have them empty and ready to fill up
  • Put someone on ‘photos’ - our family has someone on drinks, main course, dessert - why not put someone on ‘photos’ so that in the craziness of the day they don’t get forgotten.

Holiday Portraits Photography Tips

  • Holiday often provides unique opportunities to get group portraits of family and friends who may rarely be gathered together at once.Take advantage by gathering everyone together somewhere with a nice and uncluttered backdrop. A holiday tree can be a popular background, but even a wall that isn't too busy or a living room couch can work well.
  • Learn how to Capturing Perfect Family Photos,arrange your subjects, what clothes to wear, and what not to do when you want to take unique family photos that you will want to frame and display in your home.

  • Brought to you by HP and pro photographer and mom Tracey Clark.

Do More with Holiday Shoots

Holiday Cards
  • DIY Digital Greeting Picture Card (Print Out and Post)
  • Create Flash Greeting Ecard (Send by Email or Share on Your Myspace)
  • Make Video Greeting Ecard with Photos and Video Clips (Upload on YouTube)

Holiday photo collage &Gift DVD
  • Create Holiday Photo Collage
  • How to Create Photo Story Gift DVD
  • Make Photo Year Book 

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