Scrapbooking is an art. And when you have excellent prints, you build a strong foundation for beautiful, original pages.
At Snapfish, we provide high-quality prints in a variety of sizes. Even better, you can alter your photos to suit your personal style—or the style of your current scrapbook! Apply tints, add borders, crop your photos, and more.
Enjoy creating an easy fun photo block with the kids. It is a great way to spend a rainy day! Follow these 3 simple steps!
Make your friends and family feel extra special this Christmas with personalised labels! So simple, yet so effective! 🎁
Get creative with the kids and create a fun frames using 4×4″ prints and lolly pop sticks! Simply follow these easy steps
Print off your Instagram snaps using our Snapfish mobile app, and create this quick and easy DIY 4×4″ photo frame! This DIY is quick and simple, and can be done using, 4×4″ prints, 6×4″ prints, or even cards.
Are you looking for new ways to display your Snapfish prints? Have some fun with the kids and create our DIY rustic twig frame, follow these 5 simple steps
By Hannah from Dainty and Ivory
Photos capture a moment that hold so many feelings and emotions, they can take you back to the place the photo was taken, you can remember the scents, what the weather was like etc. photos make great gifts and combining them with a handmade item makes them a little more meaningful. Snapfish is an online printing service, as well as offering a wide range of photo gifts.
The photo prints service is really easy to use, upload photos, select sizes and opt got a matte or glossy finish.
I had ideas on what I wanted to make so selected personal photos as well as images from the web. I still have a few more ideas for the photos but below are three photo/handmade gift ideas.
Are you looking for new ways to inject energy into your photography? Try taking a new perspective on familiar views or objects. All you need to do is change your position or tilt the camera at a quirky angle – no expensive new equipment is required! Get started with this handy guide to perspectives:
Straightforward snapping – take a direct view
When you take photos at eye-level, it’s called the ‘central perspective’. This is great for taking clear photos of landscapes or buildings, and portrait photos of people and animals.
By Michelle from WhatMummyThinks
If you’re anything like me, you will have thousands of photos on your camera or phone and once every 6 months or so, you’ll do a batch of printing but never actually do anything with the prints! I know I’ve got so many photos that I haven’t even put in albums yet but I am making a real concerted effort to actually do more with my photos. With the help of Snapfish, I have created a few ideas that you might like to try out either for yourself or to use as gifts!
The first idea is the most simple; creating a memory book. This idea is something that I started when my husband and I started dating. I used a book he brought me home as a gift from his trip to Bali and then every time we did something or went somewhere I’d add it to the book. It’s got years of wonderful memories in that I can share with my children when they are older.
While not everybody enjoys having their photo taken, people do make the most fascinating subjects. Getting the perfect shot can take a little practice, so we’ve put together our top five tips to help you put friends and family in the frame with portrait photos:
- Is the light right?
It’s best to avoid bright sunlight, so start by looking for a shady place. This will soften the light and avoid dark shadows obscuring your shot. Look for areas of even lighting, such as next to a high wall, or when a cloud completely covers the sun. Dawn and dusk also create magical soft and subtle lighting that’s ideal for creating stunning portrait shots.