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We recently purchased a diploma frame for our son's graduation and at the same time, our son thought it would be a wonderful idea to replace my husband's diploma frame with a similar frame. We are thoroughly impressed with the workmanship and the excellent, courteous treatment we received from employees at your company!
Ellen, Duck Key, FL

Category: Photography

Landscape Photos

From a snow covered mountain range, to a tropical island, to a busy highway; a nice landscape can be found just about anywhere. Photographing landscapes can be quite different than photographing people; therefore these tips will help you take breathtaking scenic pictures that are unlike other photographs you often take. 1. Be creative! As a photographer, it is your job to find beauty in any environment. Pick something interesting that catches the eye. Even if there is a specific object that stands out, it ...

Graduation Day: How to Take Better Photos

As a parent or relative of a graduating student from either high school or college, you are probably experiencing many emotions during this time of year. Graduation will be one of the most important ceremonies your child or loved one will ever experience. Of course, you will be there to watch them receive their diploma and throw their cap in the air along with their entire graduating class.  But you also want to capture every moment and emotion on this important day. These tips can help you take great graduation photos that are full of emotion.  There is no better way to capture and relive those irreplaceable moments in life.

Tips for Taking Great Photos of People

)With the nice spring weather, you will probably have the opportunity to take many great pictures of your family and loved ones as reminder and keepsake of the time you spent together. To make your special occasions even more memorable we have come up with some tips to help you take better photos of the people around you. PLACEMENT: 1. In order to feel the emotion in photographs, focus on the eyes and mouth of the subject. 2. For children or pets, get down to their level to really capture facial expr ...
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