Saturday, March 6, 2010

Saturday Photo Tip

Hey everyone! I hope everyone is having a fantastic weekend. It's my (Jackie - a.k.a. tettletop20) first time posting here as a member of Jennifer's CT! I'm so honored and excited to be a part of the team. I'm already having fun making hybrid cards - in fact, check out this set I made with Warm Winter Wishes:

I'd like to share a photo tip with everyone today. Whenever I take photos of my hybrid goodies, I always use the macro setting on my camera (it's the tulip shaped icon - you may need to reference your user manual in order to find it). I just have a point and shoot camera and it works quite well. I love getting up close shots of the cards, boxes, etc. so you can see all sorts of details you otherwise wouldn't see if I didn't use the macro setting.

Since spring is right around the corner (yay!), I also love to use the macro setting when I'm taking photos of nature. Here are some photos I took in 2009 and just love looking at the details.

So don't be afraid to grab your camera's user manual and check out the macro setting - it's really not that hard to use. I can guarantee you'll love the results!

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!


Ramona March 6, 2010 at 10:26 PM  

Jackie, thanks so much for the photography tips, especially for how you photograph hybrid projects! I will definitely be trying this out!!!

CraftCrave March 7, 2010 at 10:58 AM  

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on in the Tutorials category today [07 Mar 01:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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As a creative team member for several digital scrapbook designers, I have received their products for free in return for creating and posting projects (digital layouts, hybrids projects, etc). Many of the layouts you see here were done in conjunction with requirements for these creative teams. Please be advised that the products used were indeed received for free.
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