Hey you guys! Thanks so much for all of your feedback on the ISO, aperture and shutter speed tutorial — really does mean so much! So glad it’s helping, yay! Cardcrazed (Karen G) left this great comment about ISO and noise: Hello Lisa.. I re-learned some things I had forgotten over the years with this […]
Card Photography Tutorial #2: Part #2!
Hey you guys! Since a picture’s worth a thousand words, I broke out my trusty old all manual Canon FT to show you what the different aperture settings look like. This is easy to do on manual cameras since the shutter stays open until you press the button to take the photo. First up, f16: […]
Card Photography Series #2: ISO, shutter speed, and aperture
Hi you guys! I hope you enjoyed the first tutorial in the series as much as I enjoyed seeing all of your experiments! Was so cool to see all the different locations and how the changes in white balance really made an impact. Several of you asked where I take my photos — so here […]
Card Photography Series: The Start!
You would think taking a photo of a card would be easy, right? After all, it’s just a piece of paper. But it’s not. Nooooo, cards are tricky little creatures. If it’s a folded card, you want to show a little of the top or the side so that you can tell it’s not flat. […]
Interview with Pugly Pixel: Bling Up Your Blog!
Hi you guys, and happy Friday! I have a very special treat for your today: an interview with Katrina from Pugly Pixel on how she uses blog bling! Some of you have asked me about where I got a photo overlay or some other piece of bling — well, Katrina is usually the source. I […]
Interview with Ishtar Olivera!
Hi you guys! Today I’d like you to meet the super talented, super amazing stamper, illustrator, crafter, artist, illustrator, and photographer: Ishtar Olivera! (Besides being super talented and amazing, she is so sweet. So happy to know her. And so happy that you’ll know her now, too!) I’ve been following her blog for a while now, […]