The sentimental value of a picture can be enormous. Family photographer Sarah Menzi does not just know how to take a good photo, she also knows how to display them cleverly for her customers or in her studio. In this blog post, Sarah shows you her studio and her ideas.
A photo book with a difference: Five tips for designing an art book. Martina Bisaz shows you how to do it!
So, you’d like to learn to paint? No problem! ifolor.ch will show you the most important tips for amateurs to ensure your first pictures are a guaranteed success.
Whether it’s DIY herb garden, balcony make-over or garden beautification - capture your progress in a Photo book. Here are some great design ideas!
Inspirational ideas of how to keep track of all your family's important dates. Create a personalised calendar overview for the whole family.
Anyone who takes extraordinary outdoor photos knows it: it's not that easy. Careful research and planning as well as the appropriate equipment are essential. Read our article to find out what is important and what you need to consider.
A photo book does not absolutely have to contain photos – you can also arrange it as a journal. As in the example of this garden diary, for example, which is made using a photo book Spiral.
What’s the secret to good mountain photography? There are countless approaches and possibilities. Guest blogger Andri Laukas shows you how in his blog post, with plenty of helpful hints.
Tips & tricks for choosing pictures and creating your winter holiday Photo Book using ifolor Designer or the ifolor phone/tablet app.
Black and white photography: a more versatile photographic genre than it seems at first glance. Guest blogger Ralf Turtschi provides insights on what to consider in this informative blog post.
Minimalism: the art of leaving things out. It is also a very interesting approach in photography. Ralf Turtschi’s blog post explains how to focus on the subject and leave out the unnecessary.