Foto Friday – Where Old Photos Go to Die

By Jenn / September 16, 2011 / Foto Friday / 10 Comments

You know how sometimes the threads of your life all come together for a moment sometimes? I’m having that kind of week. I was fortunate to have been chosen to guest post on the White House Project’s blog last week about how scrapbooking gives us a voice – in many ways a historic...

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Foto Friday–Have You Been Chimping?

By Jenn / June 3, 2011 / Foto Friday / 2 Comments

While here in the South we’re in full summer swing, some of you are in the throes of those last days of school. Awards ceremonies, graduations, proms, parties all add up to plenty of photo opportunities! But you’ve got to be careful you don’t start Chimping! I love this term, because it so perfec...

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25 Days of Christmas – Day 12:Fun Photographing Lights

By Stan / December 13, 2010 / 25 Days of Christmas / 3 Comments

This is a reprint of a previous blog post that we did during our last 25 Days of Christmas. I liked it so much I wanted to share it again! Stan This holiday time of year, a lot of digital scrapbookers and photographers are trying to take pictures of their beautiful Christmas tree that has […]

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How to photograph fall foliage for your scrapbooks – Foto Friday

By Stan / October 15, 2010 / Digital Photography, Foto Friday / 15 Comments

It’s the start of Fall here in Tennessee and I thought I would do a quick post on how digital scrapbookers and photographers can get great fall foliage pictures. It’s really easy if you keep a few simple things in mind: Choose your light: You’ll never go wrong with the Golden Ho...

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Digital scrapbookers – use photographic paper for printing your layouts

By Stan / October 1, 2010 / Announcements!, Hot Topics / 20 Comments

While looking over the Persnickety Prints site I was reminded of one of the reasons we like their work so much – they use photographic paper. Photographic paper has one of the best longevity ratings around. I remember a time not too long ago when paper scrapbookers were heads over heels for...

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