Hello everyone…Happy Monday, it’s Danni here and I am back with another color challenge, a simple semi-homemade project, and some fun BASIC photo tips for the point and shoot kinda camera 🙂
…and before I forget…make sure to join our facebook release party event, Sweet Stamp Shop has a brand new “to die for” release tomorrow but we always have fun the day before in our fb group 🙂 just go HERE to join in.
First a Big Congrats to winner of the first Color Me Sweet, Michele Duffy! Thank you so much for playing along!
Make sure to stop on over Michele’s blog and give a shout out for being this weeks winner. Yay!
Also, a big thank you to everyone else who joined in too!
Here is this weeks Color Me Sweet challenge Teal, Creamy Orange, and White.
Here are the rules:
- You must use the color palette only (neutrals are ok…ex- black, white, cream, etc)
- You must use Sweet Stamp Shop
- You must upload to Sweet Stamp Shop Flickr to be entered into the challenge
- You must have LOTS of fun and spread the word
Please Note: This will be a minimum requirement challenge. We will offer random prizes once we have at least 25 entries plus we will feature the winners on the Sweet Stamp Shop facebook page and my blog (and maybe other places too ). Otherwise we will choose a winner and you will be featured on the Sweet facebook page and my blog (and maybe other places too)
Here is what I easily put together with the help of a candle holder from the dollar store 🙂
Make sure to come on over to my blog and see how to make your own in a flash. Just go HERE.
This makes for a perfect little gift. You can stuff it full of candy, candle, gc or whatever you heart desires.
(Jic you would like to know- I have a Nikon CoolPix Camera)
So now that you know what kind of lighting you need to get “that picture” let’s talk about what kind of setting to put your camera on…Close Up.
- Since we don’t have that amazing blurr that you can get with a fancy camera you have to adjust the setting and also know where to place your cards when taking the picture. I always have mine on close up, it will help place more focus on the the object that is closest to the card and make your backdrop a little more faded…not really blurred.
- I use two 12×12 papers for a base and a backdrop (more on choosing those at a later time) and then place my card about 8-10 inches away from the backdrop in the center.
So here is an example of what it would look like right next to the paper. (about 1.5″ away from the backdrop, notice the difference in the backdrop also take notice of how the jar doesn’t “pop out” as much.