Summer is one of the seasons which everyone looks forward to. No classes, countless days to spent at the beach, discovering a new place, meeting new people and getting acquainted with new cultures. Memories are made in the summer, be it memories of a brief summer fling or unforgettable adventures with friends.
Thanks to the collaboration kit, memories will be preserved excellently and beautifully. The collaboration kit can be used by newbies in scrapbooking and also be people who have been scrapbooking for quite some time now.
There are numerous collaboration kits to choose from such as the Guardian Angel, Make a Wish and Sisters and Friends scrapbooking kit. As the name applies, all these scrapbooking kits are collaborations between the store designers.
The collaboration kits can be used to immortalize various special occasions in life such as birthdays, vacations and the different seasons of the year. The kits can also be used to celebrate special relationships in life such as the relationship between siblings, families and friends. Aside from scrapbooking, the graphics can also be used for creating calendars, bookmarks, notebooks and photo books.
Why not commemorate your unforgettable summer with the help of the Digital scrapbooking Megakit Summer at the Beach? Designed by Digidesignresort and made especially for this joyous season, you will look back at your summer with a bid smile on your face.
Summer Digital Scrapbooking to Remember
It is really fun to look back at all your summer adventures, even more so when you know how to take pictures of the special moments which you spent with the people most important to you. Here are some tips to take exceptional beach photos.
- Capture enjoyment. Remember that being the foremost reason why you came to the beach is to enjoy and relax yourself. If you would like to capture people frolicking in the beach, you can use the manual or auto mode, whichever suits you best.
- Natural points of interest. There are numerous points of interest. You can take pictures of the wave breaking at the water’s edge; some pebbles; palm trees and even the sand.
- Avoid putting the horizon on the centre. This gives the viewers the sensation that the photo has been sliced in half. It is best to keep the horizon square to the framing of your shot. This will help avoid a sloping effect.
- Use different angles and levels. Avoid shooting straight on because this can get very boring. Do not be afraid to mix the angles and take pictures of something interesting. Do not be afraid to get down or lie down to get pictures with unusual angles.