Sunday, May 28, 2006

Digital Tips For Your Baby Photos - Using The Sephia Setting

Digital Tips For Your Baby Photos - Using The Sephia Setting by Vera Raposo

Film is so expensive now days! With digital cameras, you can take as many baby photos as you want and delete the ones you don't.

You can save all the ones you like but only print out the ones you need, therefore you don't waste any cash.

If you do not have a digital camera yet and are planning to get one, I suggest you buy a larger memory as well.

When you buy one, it will come with a very small memory but you will realize that fifty pictures can be gone at a drop of a hat, so I suggest you buy one to save you the trouble of coming back.

Since we are preserving time and memories, you might want to try the aged look. Sepia is a good one to use.

If you don't know, sepia is like black and white but with tans or beiges. You might just like the way your baby photos turn out!

If you have a digital camera, you have the choice of turning the pictures black and white or sepia within the camera.

If you do not have a digital camera, you can just drop off your film and ask them to print them off as sepia.

Looking back on the pages you have finished, it probably brings you back to the time when the pictures were taken.

Enjoy preserving your baby's time with pictures!

Vera Raposo has been scrapbooking since her oldest child was 5. With tons of scrapbooking tips and ideas, Vera is now sharing some of her best scrapbooking ideas for your new baby in her newsletter http://www.baby-scrapbooking.com

Article Source: http://www.ladypens.com

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