Photo 101

Hey, y’all!!  Today is our awesome monthly feature, Photo 101, which is all about photography!  It has been a big hit with you guys, and I am so happy to be answering your photo-related questions again and sharing a few tips along the way!!     Each month, we will talk about various topics.  So far, we’ve discussed:

taking great pictures with your iPhone

where to print you images

photo storage

 being a mom with a camera

composing your images

editing workflow

photographing small children

 and planning outfits for family pictures

And, this month, I am opening up the comments to your photo-related questions!  Do you have a topic that you’d like for me to cover?  Or just a specific question that I can answer?  Ask away in the comments, and I will be sharing your questions and my answers during our next Photo 101 post!  I am so excited to hear what you ladies have to say!  I will see you back here tomorrow for Friday Favorites!! XOXO N

 

 

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9 thoughts on “Photo 101

  1. This is fun!!! I feel like a lot of my pictures lately look dull (I don’t know how else to describe it??). The colors aren’t vibrant. Other than using a filter, what should I be doing?? Thank you!!

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  2. What is the best size of picture to use for blog posts and also pictures to make into postcards or flyers? Is saving in jpeg or png better? Often my pictures look great on the computer but lose quality and become fuzzy when transferred into different programs.

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  3. Hi Narci! Do you have a MAC laptop? Ever since they changed Photos to match the photo app on an iPhone I don’t know how to organize my photos. I used to be able to create folders and now I don’t know how. 😦 Also, do you back your pictures up that are on your MAC laptop anywhere? (website online or a disk of some sort) I was starting to use Shutterfly, but I was sure if there was a better one you recommend.

    Thanks! Christina

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  4. I have a Canon EOS Rebel and even though I’ve had it for 8 years, I still use the automatic settings (mostly Portrait). I’d love to start using more manual features but I’m completely overwhelmed. Do you have any basic tips for beginners of manual mode? Also, I want so badly for my lights to show when I photograph my kids in front of the Christmas tree but no matter what setting I use it doesn’t work! I either end up with really yellow pictures or the flash goes off and there are no twinkling lights.

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