Photo Printing Blog

6 Photography Challenges You Can Do At Home

It’s highly likely that you’re spending more time at home with the family right now. Instead of getting cabin fever or scouring Netflix for a new series you haven’t watched yet, let’s embrace these times and appreciate getting to spend more time together as a family. To bring some creativity to your home, we have 6 photography challenges that every family member can get involved in.

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Topics: photo blog, photography ideas

10 Ways to Show off Your Photos

Over the years you have probably amassed hundreds, if not thousands of photos, right? You may even have 2,000 sitting right there on your phone, all unique memories, just waiting to be brought to life!

Yes, you can print your photos, but here are 10 ways you can really show off all those happy memories.

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Topics: Photo Printing, digital photo printing

A day at the beach

Pack your bucket and spade – and a telephoto zoom lens. We’re off to the beach to shoot some great pictures of the kids.

A trip to the seaside gives you the perfect opportunity to get some memorable shots of your children. Presented with acres of sand to run around on and rock pools to explore, they’ll be far more interested in e njoying themselves than in you taking pictures. Queue candid photoshoot! As with all outdoor portraiture, overcast conditions are better than bright overhead sunshine – except at the end of the day when the golden light in the hours leading up to sunset can be superb. You’ll also notice that the sand itself can act as a reflector, bouncing light back up on to your subjects’ faces.

The lens of choice for this type of photography is a telephoto zoom lens. We’ve got lots of options in the X Series, from the entry-level XC50-230mmF4.5-6.7 OIS II to the professional XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR.

These lenses let you be an observer – standing back from the kids so you don’t influence what they are doing. This really helps get completely natural results. If you like, you can periodically call their names to try and get them to look up at you. When they do, shoot a series of pictures to capture their expressions.

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Topics: Lifestyle Australia