Editor’s Tips

July 4th Photo Tips & Ideas

Hosting a backyard BBQ? Watching fireworks with friends and family? We’ve got you covered with tips and ideas to capture July 4th fun! Plus, save 20% Off any Krome product …

10 Tips for Photographing Newborn Babies

1. Use Natural Light The best type is light coming through a window. You’re looking for soft light, so avoid direct light and flash because it can create harsh contrasts. …

Must Have Graduation Photos

Graduation season is here! Make sure you’re prepared to capture this special day with this list of must-have graduation photos. 1. The Wait Before the Walk Source: Charline Tetiyevsky 2. …

Weekend Photo Project: Jumping Photos!

Looking to do a fun photo project with friends and family? Or just want to add a little creativity to your weekend photos? Here are a series of tips and …

Tips for the Best Senior Portrait

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Improving Your Nighttime Pictures

Editor’s Tip: Night photos are often the most difficult– even for the best photographers. Next time you’re taking pictures at night, try turning off the flash. It may sound weird …

What is ISO?

Editor’s Tip: Have you ever wondered what the ISO function on your camera does? The ISO is your camera’s sensitivity to light. The greater the number, the less light you …