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Tips for the Best Senior Portrait

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Senior portrait season is here! We’re receiving great examples from our customers and we’ve collected some tips for you to make your senior portrait look its best! Before you Take the Photo Relax. Stick with natural poses that you’re comfortable with. This is key, especially for boys who are not necessarily used to posing for […]

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Halloween Photo Tips and Tricks

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As we draw closer to Trick or Treating and Halloween parties, let’s take a look at Halloween photo tips from the Krome Photos editors for capturing the dark and spooky moments of the holiday. One of the biggest challenges of taking photos during Halloween is trying to capture photos in the dark. Before you reach […]

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How to Take More Flattering Photos – Week 1: Poses

How to Take More Flattering Photos – Week 1: Poses

Whether you’re the photographer or the subject, it is always a good idea to know your poses. Whether you’re having a night out on the town with friends, standing in front of a sunset, or posing with your family, these tips can help your subjects look their best – and help you look your best! […]

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Some Sweet Photography Tips for Valentine’s Day

Indulge yourself this Valentine’s Day with great self-portraits! Take a picture of you with your valentine – your loved one, your child or even your pet. Whether you are using a smartphone or a DSLR camera, these tips will help you take the best self-portraits possible! Tip #1 Be sure to be aware of your […]

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Tips for Your Holiday Card Photo

The holidays are just around the corner! We’re here to help with tips and ideas for a fun photo shoot with your family. So bust out the camera and tripod and start capturing your favorite moments to share on your family holiday card. Try something new: Tired of the traditional posed photo? Let your family’s […]

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Mother’s Day Photo Book Ideas

Mother’s Day is just around the corner! If you’re looking for a special, thoughtful gift for your mom, we’re here to help. Here are a few ideas for making a photo book for your mother. And remember, you just need to find the photos, then your Krome photo book designer will do the rest. Give […]

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5 Tips to a Great Valentine’s Day Book

Celebrate your time together with a photo book filled with your best memories. We’ll take care of designing and printing the book for you, so here are a few tips on how to gather the best photos for your Valentine’s Day photo book.   1. Include photos of the places and things that you both […]

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Bokeh: The Aesthetic Blur

Editor’s Tip: The top photo was taken using the concept of “bokeh,” in which we focus on the subject and keep the rest of the photo blurry. This focuses our eye on the main subject and keeps the background from distracting us. You can achieve this effect a few different ways. We like using the […]

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Improving Your Camera Phone Pictures 2

Editor’s Tip: Have you struggled with taking quality photos with your camera phone? Most camera phones have low resolution & few settings, but these tips will help you get the most out of your camera phone shots. Your first goal is to hold your phone steady to focus the subject. When you switch to the […]

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The Rule of Thirds

Editor’s Tip: The Rule of Thirds is a basic rule of photo composition. Imagine a tic-tac-toe grid over the area you’re photographing, then place your subject at one of the four intersecting points of the lines. In theory, the image will be more dynamic, interesting & it will attract more attention that a photo with […]

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