Hailed as a Swiss Army Knife of image processing, you’ll find that ImageSplitter is free and easy to use to convert, resize, split or crop images. Continue reading
CollageIT is a program that allows you to create amazing collages using your digital photos. The interface is simple to use, and with 15 templates included for free that you can customize in near infinite ways, the possibilities for creativity are endless! Continue reading
You never get enough of composition and framing rules. Once you’ve digested the previous rules on framing, here are more to get your act right.
The next time you are framing up your subject, think of these tips for a better appeal.
1. Most times, we take pictures of people, places or things without anchoring them. For
Have you ever considered handing off your camera to your child and seeing what they would take pictures of? Well the author of this site did just that! Welcome to My Kid Took These – a site where you’ll find photographs taken by a child – letting you in on their unique perspective. Continue reading
Photography figures high on our list, when we are travelling. While what we photograph comes up trumps in the photogenic department, the same cannot be applied to ourselves. After all, most photos are either taken by an uncomprehending amateur, who is either a stranger or a companion to you, or worse, you have taken your pictures at arm’s length. Not to fret anymore. With these tips, your self-travel photos will… Continue reading