Yesterday I posted about holiday photo cards from Vistaprint.
Most people use photos of their family taken throughout the year, however others love to pose for the “perfect” photo under, or around, the Christmas tree.
I have a few photos of my kids in front of our tree, but mostly from when they were little. It’s not always easy to get little ones to sit still for photos so I didn’t bother to try and prefect it. I figured any picture was better than no picture at all.
If you are planning on taking a lot of photos this holiday season, here are some great tips to help you get the “picture perfect” shot.
Please note that the text might be a bit hard to read. Simply click on the image and it will bring up a larger one that is much easier to read. With the larger image you should get the little magnifying glass pop up. Simply click on the image and it should get even larger.
In case you are planning on taking plenty of videos this holiday season to capture each and every precious moment, here are some additional tips to help you take a quality video that you’ll enjoy year after year.
As it was with the above graphic, if you click on it you can get a larger view so it’s easier to read.
Do you have any additional tips you’d like to share?
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