Paper prints are what you would get in the old days when you went to a store with your film to have it processed. You’d receive an envelope with all of your photos printed on paper in standard sizes.
Many a photo is so moving that you cannot help but feel inspired to blow it up. Enlarging a photo though will diminish its quality. Whether that matters or not depends on how you plan to display it.
The real question over the largest size you can print a photo is how much quality are you prepared to lose?
It can take weeks, sometimes months to complete a diamond painting. Once done, they’re beautiful and sparkly and such a shame to store away. You’ll likely want to get it on display.
Printing photos is easy to do. There is a cost to consider though, particularly with colour prints because they are more expensive. That is still the case with home printing. Even for monotone prints.
Photography businesses selling directly to clients can do far more than trade their behind-the-lens expertise for an income. Charging for session time only and selling digital files is certain to limit earning potential. Like many other businesses, additional revenue streams come from add-on products.
Photo archives are tremendous for our mental health and usually put a smile on our faces as we reminisce about times gone by. There is more to looking backwards through your photo albums, even the ones stored on your phone, in the cloud, or on a hard drive.
January is the most despairing month of the year; every year! So many set themselves up for a paralysing year ahead by setting lofty ambitions disguised as New Year Resolutions.
The winter is upon us. You can wrap up indoors, or layer up and get outdoors for a brisk walk, take in the fresh scents of winter, and capture some of the most magnificent backdrops for any photo.
Have your photos become normal? It happens to everyone; even seasoned photographs. When you photograph the same thing repeatedly, no matter who or what it is, it will feel normal.
Did you know that half of Brits would call themselves a collector? Books, coins, and candles are the most commonly sought-after items. Not all items collected are easy to display. Most find their way onto shelves, into a spare room or get tucked into cupboard space.