Photography of crafts 101

On about a weekly basis I am asked how to take good photos, with good lighting.  I finally decided to do a video tutorial on this.  I will admit this is mostly a video for my brilliant team members.  HOWEVER, if you are out there and blogging, pinning, instagraming, etc… this is for you too 🙂  I hope you enjoy.  

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The first photo here is the ideal lighting and was taken with my DSLR in manual mode.  I did not edit it.  This is how it looked when it was taken (except for cropping)

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1 thought on “Photography of crafts 101”

  1. Thanks for this helpful post, my cards always come out with that yellow ugly light. I will need to get another lamp and see how that works. As well as the nautral light bulb, good tips!!


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