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Taking Photos to Publish on ThriftyFun

Taking Photos to Publish on ThriftyFunThis is a page about taking photos to publish on ThriftyFun. To ensure success when taking photos with your smartphone or camera, consider the resolution, orientation and lighting of your images.

 

Photo of a Mt. Rainier in Reflection Lake.

Taking Reflection PhotographsThis is a page about taking reflection photographs. Taking photos of reflections can result in some stunningly beautiful images.

 

Taking Pictures of Shadows

Taking Pictures of ShadowsThis page is about taking pictures of shadows. Sometimes it is worth looking at the ground and snapping a shot of a shadow.

 

Take a photo with a smartphone.

Tips for Taking Photos to Post OnlineThis page contains tips for taking photos to post online. When posting pictures on the internet, you want them to stand out and be noticed.

 

Black & White Baby Photo

Taking Photos Of Your BabyThis is a page about taking photos of your baby. A few simple considerations and steps will help ensure that you take great baby pictures.

 

Disposable Camera on White Background

Disposable Camera Tips And TricksThis is a page about disposable camera tips and tricks. Disposable cameras are great for wedding guests, kid use, trips, and more.

 

Photo of a beautiful dahlia.

Photographing FlowersThis is a page about photographing flowers. Photographing the flowers in your garden or elsewhere is a fun pastime and can provide images to be used in other crafts as well.

 

Dog Being Photographed

Photographing Your PetThis is a page about photographing your pet. It is fun to capture your pets in photos.

 

English daisies.

Taking Photos of Your GardenThis is a page about taking photos of your garden. By following a few simple tips you can capture and save the beauty of your garden by taking photos for a scrapbook, wall art, or future garden planning.

 

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Scenery: Peace Symbol ShadowPEACE. I love the peace theme. I have no clue why but I do. I was sitting on my roof and it had the perfect sunlight.

 

Bird on flowering branch.

Be Patient And Prepared For Photo OpportunitiesKeep a camera near the door and use a lot of patience to get shots of your feathered friends. This little fella posed for me for about ten minutes. He even turned for a profile shot when I asked him to. Certainly made my day.

 

Golden BackdropAs the sun went down, I spotted the person on a golden backdrop...

 

Salmon pink flower.

Taking Garden PhotographsI love to experiment with my camera and take close-up photos of flowers I grow in my garden. I then frame these pictures to display around my house.

 

butterfly shadow

Taking Shadow PhotosI remember as a kid being fascinated by my shadow. How long and misshapen it could be and how silly it would look when you stood different ways.

 

Snowdrops peeking up through the snow.

Tips For Photographing Your Garden In WinterYou may not have many (if any) flowers blooming in your garden right now, but the winter season still offers some great opportunities for photographing your garden.

 

moonflower (Ipomoea Alba)

Taking Pictures Of Moonflower (Ipomoea...A lot of us are proud of our moonflower vines. We like to take pictures of them in bloom. With the blooms opening at night, we aren't always able to get the picture we would like. Some cameras take better night pictures than others. Even so, the more natural light available, the better.

 

Take pet photos in a window.

Taking Good Pet PhotosThe best way for me to take photos of pets is next to a big window. It's always a good detraction, and you can control how much light comes through, with filters and shutter speed.

 

A boy sitting posted outside.

Tips for Taking Pictures of PeoplePhotography - It isn't about the background, but more so about the subject, so fill your contents with the subject of the photo. If not, the subject might get lost in the background.

 

Two sunflowers against a blue sky.

Try Different Angles When Photographing...Try a different angle when photographing flowers. Look up towards the sky. Makes ordinary sunflowers look just heavenly.

 

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