The most common question we get when someone wants to create a photo blanket is “Will photos I take on my phone be quality enough for the blanket?” The short answer is yes, most likely. Today’s phones have cameras on them that rival professional equipment. However it depends on what phone you’re using. If you’re still loving the flip phones that pre-date the iPhone, you’re not going to have the same quality photos of the more recent smartphone models. However if you’re using a smartphone and still not getting pictures you like, there are a few steps to ensure the most professional photos with your phone.
Posted by Chris Schieman on 7/2/2018 to Tips & Tricks
Getting kids to cooperate for photos can be one of the many challenging, yet rewarding aspects of being a parent. Get it right and you have a timeless memory of when they were little. If they’re fussy, you’re looking at a long afternoon. One way to get the best pictures of your kids is to think creatively. If your kids are having fun and relaxed you will get better photos than the staged photos at Sears from yesteryear. Here are a few creative kids photo ideas:
Posted by john lercari on 6/6/2018 to Tips & Tricks
June 15th is the 13th annual Nature Photography Day. It was started by the North American Nature Photography Association to advance the cause of the preservation and conservation of nature. Each year the NANPA encourages people who enjoy getting out in nature to capture their environment and share the photos of the natural world.
Posted by The Memories Place on 5/2/2018 to Tips & Tricks
Easter is a time for rebirth, vibrancy and family. It’s no wonder that trifecta makes Easter one of the most popular times of the year for family photos. Whether you’re celebrating the resurrection of Jesus, or just enjoying the renewal that comes with Spring, capturing special moments with family that you can treasure will give you a lifetime of memories.
Posted by John Lercari on 3/13/2018 to Holidays
February is National Wedding Month. It’s a time when many happy couples begin to plan their summer or fall nuptuals. It’s also a great time to think about what you want to do for wedding photos. Whether you are hiring a professional or doing the photos on your own, your wedding photos will be your primary way to remember your special day.
Posted by The Memories Place on 2/5/2018 to Tips & Tricks
Fall is here and that means it's blanket season! If you're heading out take your custom woven photo blanket to curl up on any of our favorite fall activities:
Posted by John Lercari on 10/18/2017 to Photo Blankets