Designing a photo book is a great opportunity to look back at your experiences and relive your impressions of them. Memories for the whole family. Normally we find it’s the parents who create photo books. Not so with the Angelones. Their kids have been budding photographers ever since they were small and are already creating their own photo books. Read the blog post to see just how easy creating a photo book can be.
Photo Coasters are the perfect addition to your table decoration. Our new Photo Coasters are chic, practical, and versatile. Whether as a gift for a friend or family member or as an eye-catching piece of decoration, discover some new ideas!
From the positive pregnancy test to the first ultrasound picture up until birth – Design ideas for your very personal Pregnancy Photo Book.
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but they’re not the only four-legged friends – cats, rabbits and other furry critters are also part of the family. We’ll show you how to create a very special photo book that’s centred around your pet.
With our creative design tips for your photo book, you’ll be able to create a one-of-a-kind family yearbook full of your most cherished moments with your loved ones. Let yourself be inspired!
Summer's here! I’m going to provide you with some ideas for how you can give your barbecue evenings with friends a creative twist.
Instagram pro Martina Bisaz puts together 7 tips on how you can make the most beautiful photos from your trip last forever in a great photo book.
Photo-worthy excursion destinations for the whole family
We’ll show you creative decoration ideas with your photos so that your next summer party will be a complete success.
Renowned for its apple cultivation, Thurgau is home to numerous hidden gems. Besides its many orchards, the canton is also a great place for sightseeing. LittleCITY embarked on a journey of discovery and found the best photo spots for us. Fine out more about Thurgau in our article!
Light is everything – and there is a good reason for that. When you look at things closely, light actually is everything. So, for a photographer, how you handle light is essential. The ability to read light and use it in photography is one of the most important skills. The professionals at Journey Glimpse have some tips for you.
Which is better: RAW or JPG? Cameras give the option of saving image files as JPEGs or as raw data. Most of those interested will have come across the terms already. But which is best ...? Opinions are split. Professional photographer Ralf Turtschi's blog post explains the differences and where to use them best.