Still Photography Tips

Ever wonder how other bloggers get the most amazing shots of their decorations, crafts, and baked goods?
  • Choose a spot in your home that receives an abundance of natural light
  • Create a blank canvas for your subjects- I used a white linen table cloth and large white canvas
  • Turn off your flash to avoid harsh shadows and dull subjects
  • Start with your main subject and add to until you get something you really like
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21 comments :

  1. Very pretty and great tips.

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  2. Wow, beautiful...thanks for the tip, comes so handy and easy to do.

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  3. Great tips. Thanks. I keep forgetting to set aside time to visit other blogs. I'm going to change that.... I'll be back soon.

    Lou

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  4. This is great advice! I really need to try this because the wind around here has been so obnoxious lately. Lovely photos of your tulips!

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  5. That's so simple it's brilliant! I would have never thought to hang a solid colored tablecloth. Thank you for sharing :)

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  6. Love the idea of a linen table cloth. I've been using a white board. Yours seems much softer.

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  7. Great tips Kristy.

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  8. really beautiful shots here!

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  9. Great tips - thanks so much!!!

    I'm glad to be your newest follower - visiting from Feathered Nest Friday.

    Hugs,
    Marie
    SallyLeeByTheSea.com

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  10. Beautiful photos Kristy! I love your tips too. Thanks for sharing your lovely post at Photo Feature Friday :)

    ~Tricia

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  11. I really need to work on doing this as I would love my vignettes and still lifes to pop instead fizzle! Thank you for your tips!

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  12. I love to work with natural light too. It usually makes the finest pictures. All your tips are great.
    Thanks.

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  13. Great tips. I normally take a few shots, upload them into the computer to see if I like the look and then go back and then add or subtract based on what I see on the big screen.

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  14. Pam,
    Great idea!

    Everyone,
    Thanks for sharing, I love each and every note!

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  15. I LOVE it! Especially the one with the pennant in the background. Happy weekend! Thanks for linking up!

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  16. Wonderful photos and great tips Kristy!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Beautiful, Kristy! (I've been looking for a white pitcher for my photography....that's my goal in the next month.)

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  18. Great shots and great tips! Thanks for participating in Fabulous Friday!

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I love reading your little notes, it makes me smile from ear to ear!