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Looking Back on the Journey

This is a touching guest post from our friend and fantastic blogger Bianca. – Drew These last few years have been quite an adventure for my family. My husband and I got married, we’ve gained a family member, and we’ve lost a family member. We spent months creating priceless memories and in an instant it all unexpectedly fell apart. 2018 was like a breath of fresh air and a new start for our family. Through everything we’ve been through, we’ve …

15 Ways to Get Creative with Family Beach Photos

As summer quickly approaches, the beach toys, towels, and sunblock are getting packed for a summer by the sea.  Now is the time whip on your best white shirt and khaki pants and get down to the beach and take some adorable family pictures. We’ve picked our favorite poses to add some fun twists to your family beach pictures! 1. Beautiful backdrops Grab a cute swimsuit & sandals for your little ones and have a photo shoot! Add a cute …

5 Unique Ways to Take Better Photos

Let’s learn to take better photos, and turn those photos into stunning art hanging on your walls. Tip #1 – Know your camera. Take time to get to know all of your camera’s features and functions. Of course, shooting on the auto setting is convenient, but you’ll ALWAYS get better results by being able to comfortably adjust your exposure speed and aperture settings. Being able to quickly and confidently change your settings manually will give you the power to get a …

13 Halloween Photography Tips [Infographic]

Halloween’s a perfect time to capture truly amazing photographs.  Whether you are shooting a spooky halloween display, wiggly, excited little monsters and fair princesses or just your favorite jack-o-lantern, we want to help you get the PERFECT shot. That’s why we compiled these 13 trick-or-treat photo tips…enjoy!  Oh and don’t forget to enter our Fracture Fall Photo Contest on Facebook – we are giving away 3 $100 gift certificates for the most popular photos!

Our Fans Have 23 Tips For People New To Photography

We asked you for some photography advice for newbies, and you guys responded in full.  We’ve compiled all of the of advice and put it into one list.  Here you go! Take your camera everywhere and use it. – Wendy B.M. Fill the frame. – Richard H. [shoot] what would look cool. – Ronny H. Get at your subject’s level. – Daniel A. Get closer. – Jacki B.T. Background-subject-lighting-click! – Bill B. “Originality is undetected plagiarism.” (William Ralph Inge) – …