Moo Card Wall Art Make your own photography collage using moo cards and an Ikea frame. I love Moo business cards and keep ordering more. You can use a different photo on every card and the finish is lovely.
Free blog post checklist I love checklists and forms and since I am the most forgetful person in the…what was I saying? I made these blog post checklists to help when I’ve finished a post. If you click on them and view full-size image you can right-click them and use them for your blog. Enjoy:) […]
Flower photography I am definitely no expert on photography but I am keen to learn more. These are some tips that I picked up to help with flower photography. Use natural light. Overcast clouds are usually the best conditions – the clouds become a huge light source which eliminates most of the shadows. Use macro […]
Inspired by Links Ourit Ben Haim takes photographs of people reading books on the subway. She calls it The Underground New York Public Library and shows each photo on her blog. It’s lovely to see how caught up people are in their books; they’re on the train but each are in their own world. I […]
Photo tutorial to achieve a cyanotype effect Cyanotype is a form of printing that give a cyan blue print. They were invented in the 20th Century and used to make large prints which became known as blueprints. The style is low in contrast with blue shadows. I think they can look very effective in moody […]