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The "A.B." in ABCreations stands for Anmarie Bowden, that's me! My favorite ice cream is Mississippi Mud from Baskin Robbins, altho I'm partial to Oreos crumbled on top of Vanilla Bean ice cream too! I was born on Super Bowl Sunday. I have been digiscraping since 2000. I live in beautiful sunny California. I am married to my soul mate and we have two gorgeous children. My favorite saying is, “If you think my hands are full, you should see my heart!”

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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Tuesday's Tip: Taking photographs


This month, we are going to talk about something that I get email questions about constantly: taking photographs. This can be a tough topic to tackle because there is a lot of technical info on how to use cameras as well as how to take good photos. Yes, it's true that great scrapbooks start with great photographs. And while professional photographs are a wonderful addition to any scrapbook, personal snapshots capture unforgettable moments of everyday life that a professional photo shoot would never cover. I think the more scrapbooking you do, the better your photography will become. The reason is because you will become tuned-in to the subject matter and will eventually learn to crop out unnecessary backgrounds, get a good angle, and at the same time capture those rare and beautiful moments that really make the memory. Don't be afraid to try new angles and take more than one or two shots of your subject. Don't be afraid to really zoom in and capture intimate details and priceless expressions. Don't be afraid to take candid photos, sometimes those turn out amazing! You don't need a fancy camera to take great photos, and I can prove it! Besides having your photographs printed at a reputable company to ensure the best possible color and quality, just look at what I can capture using my out-dated phone and a couple extra shots; no props, no fancy lights, no special equipment, just me and my phone with my kids playing around being kids...




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