Saturday, June 28, 2008

TPS- Tips for Photo Taking

21 comments:

  1. Cool! Thank you for showing us how to do that. By the way, I bought that lamp at WalMart, and I love using it since I only usually scrap at night. I will be now using it for my picture-taking of my creations!

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  2. Thanks for the great share! I always have trouble photographing my stuff laying on my kitchen table! Now, thanks to you, I know how to do a better job at it! Take good care of yourself and get over that cold!!

    Hugs and blessings!
    Linda

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  3. OK. I just read my comment and realized how funny that sounded! I don't lay on my kitchen table. I lay the project on my kitchen table!! Sometimes I say goofy things!!!LOL

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  4. Thanks for sharing! My pics don't usually come out very well, so I will try this next time.

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  5. More good information! I have 2 table-top Ott lamps and love them (FYI you can get the bulbs at Joann with a coupon) but just may have to look into the WalMart one. I like the larger size and I have several "stations" in my craft room that need light. Hope you're feeling better!!

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  6. Thank you for this video. It was soooooo helpful. I have the hardest time take pictures of my projects. Usually the color doesn't come out right. I'm buying posterboard tomorrow.
    Take care,
    Christy

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  7. I purchased one of these fun lamps. Thank you so much for the tip. I have been looking for a lamp that would put off nice white light! Love your tips!

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  8. hiya Robyn, just watched the video of yours kids and they are sooooooooo cute, what ages are they? When ur little boy started to laugh when you realised that you cowboy was to tall for the card, I couldn't help myself but joining in, isn't laughter a wonderful thing?! Anyway I was wanting to know where did you get the stamps for the faces? and what set did you buy? This is a brilliant idea as I have the download programme for my cuttlebug using a sizzix die but not for my cricut expression (which I love)so please help me out here. I love watching your videos as you are a great inspiration and even to enjoy you doing your crafting, way to go girl. Can't wait until you post about your blog candy as I am definately going to enter, can only wish and pray that I win. I hope to hear from you soon, Karen :-) email me on Kazzer1974@aol.com about the stamps xoxo
    PS you live in California? is it anywhere near La Joila as I have a great Aunt living there?

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  9. I love went out tonight and bought the lamp. I have been wanting it since you last mentioned it but to be honest I have not been to Walmart that much since baseball season has started been running with my son it seems every night. Gotta love kids and sports with the gas prices YUCK! So I took the time tonight and got it love the sunny feeling it gives, it will be great in the winter monthes here in Ohio. Hope you feel better soon.

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  10. Carol (piapie0206)6/28/2008 8:15 PM

    Thanks for the tips. Funny because I was just thinking about this earlier today. How do you (and others) get such great pictures of your products? Mine never come out that great.

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  11. that was vauleable information. I got part of the lamp video while on vacation and was glad to see it again to refresh my mind. I got Leave it to Weaver today @ Michaels ~ YIPPIE!! I sure hope you feel better tomorrow. Have a great day.
    Thanks Robyn.
    Joeen

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  12. Your kids are adorable...I love the way you "help them out" sometimes. I wouldn't have the patience...I would be grabbing things every chance I got!
    I want that light, although the Wal-marts around here are pretty gross...I'll have to look online.
    Thanks for another great one. Video, that is.
    Blessings,
    Gina

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  13. Robyn, love all your videos. I got 2 of the sunlight lamps... one for my scrapbooking and one for my sewing table. I was wondering what you store your paper in. Thanks so much.
    non2@sbcglobal.net

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  14. Thank you for your great tips! Whenever I try to take pitures of my work they never turn out. Now I cant wait to try to take some - I will have to pick up some poster board the next time i run out.

    Thank you for all you do for us!

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  15. OOO WOW this is going to HELP me so much. thanks to U I have that Light and I LOve it..I have both so Now I can not wait to try this THANK U!!! My sister and I THANK U EVERY DAY...:o) Our Old eyes needed this bad!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAwhRlLk69s

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  16. thank you for the tips!!

    You are good explaining everything!!

    abrazos!!

    MJ

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  17. Thanks for another great tip. Oh, and I love my lamp too.

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  18. Hi Robyn. Thanks for sharing this little tip. I think my pictures will come out so much better now!! And I bought one of your lamps and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!! I'm even thinking I may get another one. Thanks so much for sharing your great ideas with us!

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  19. Oh Man....you ROCK Robyn!! I was actually struggling with taking pics of my cards and have been trying to use my scanner instead with crappy results! Guess it's all about the lighting...and I HAVE one of the Lights of America lamps (for over a year now)! LOVE it! (The bulb lasts forever! still on my 1st one and I use it all the time) They should give you royalties for the lamps and for Walmart sales! LOL Hopefully I'll get my cards looking better in pictures now....Thanks again for sharing! PS Your kids are priceless!
    http://treasuredcrafts.blogspot.com/

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  20. Thank you so much for the tips. They are wonderful1

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  21. Thank you for the tip - it will be especially handy when I can't take my pics outside due to all of the rainy, cloudy, and windy days.

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