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11 Thoughtful and Unique Photo Gift Ideas

Deck the walls with fabulous photos, fa la la la la la la la la. Time to go from drab to fab this holiday season and become the ultimate gift giver. Toss away the cuff links, ties, and ugly sweaters and pick up our brand spankin’ new personalized photo gift guide. This guide will transform your favorite pictures into unique and thoughtful gifts. Ready your credit cards, set up the gift wrap, and SHOP! 1. Snow Globes $6.69 Nothing says Christmas …

Perseverance is the Key to More Powerful Photography

Les Picker is a professional landscape, wildlife and award-winning travel photographer, and a Moab Master photographer for Moab Fine Art Papers. This month, we are going behind the lens with Picker as he tells the story of finding the perfect shot in the Alaskan wilderness.  I captured this image in Alaska, but the back story of how I got this image is what I think will be of interest to photographers. Moral of this story: perseverance matters. I was in Canada’s Yukon …

Once Upon A Wall: Moments From Italy

It’s not everyday you get the chance to travel to Europe, so wouldn’t you want to make those memories last? Blogger Linda Holt visited Italy last Spring, and thanks to Fracture, she can relive her favorite views every time she sees her wall. We had a chat with her to hear all about her trip, photos and Fracture experience. What do you do for a living? I am an interior designer, design blogger, and photographer. How did you end up …

Air-to-Air Photography: Shooting Magazine Covers with Jim Koepnick

Back in high school, Oshkosh, Wisconsin photographer Jim Koepnick used the generic exposure guide on the slide film box to set exposures on his Argus C3 camera. He didn’t know at the time that playing around with a few boxes of Kodachrone would lead to hundreds of magazine covers and an uncountable amount of published images. He soon bought a Petri SLR from the J.C. Penney catalog to get involved with interchangeable lenses and flash. It was a logical next …

How to Put Your Own Spin on Popular Photo Spots

One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made as a photographer is being too hesitant. I enjoy taking landscape photos while traveling, but I’d often brace myself for the reality that my photos may not be comparable to those that I’ve seen online from other professional photographers. Either that, or they may be too similar and I wouldn’t be able to find a unique angle. This was exactly the case when I visited Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. Horseshoe Bend is …

How To Make An Amazing Photo Collage in Less Than 20 Minutes

Today our CMO Herb Jones teaches us a fun way to collage some photos together. And that he does!  At Fracture, we see a lot of photo collages.  We don’t mind, because they can be really cool. Whether you’ve just had some beach family fun, or you took amazing pics on your trip to San Francisco, photo collages can tell a beautiful story on your walls.   Creating your collage has never been easier, and there are tons of free online or …