Showing posts from March, 2014

New, Farm signs!

If you know a farm that needs an individual look then why not recommend their own farm sign! Beautifully hand made to look rustic and quirky these signs can be designed with any name or address, plus the option of silly cows, horses, tractor and foliage to make it personal to you! A stunning piece to have at the entrance to any farm...

Product Photo Improvements

So I've been squirrelling away in the new year as it's always a quieter time for me. I tend to give the website a little freshen up and I especially wanted to concentrate on my product photos. If I look back at my original ones when I first started I tend to cringe! And don't get me wrong, I am nowhere near perfection, but things are looking better. I thought I'd share a few tips that helped me to improve from this:  to this: Now please don't take anything I say as gospel, these are just my experiences and findings, everyone will find out different ways and what works best for them.  TIP 1 - RESEARCH Reading, reading, reading - I can't stress enough how important it is to understand what your camera does and what you need it to do. I was in the market for a new camera so I researched the difference between DSLR and digital compact. Photographylife  with tips for beginners was an excellent source and a huge learning curve. From what I learnt th