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.
Inspirational ideas of how to keep track of all your family's important dates. Create a personalised calendar overview for the whole family.
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.
Family celebrations offer an opportunity to take very beautiful and above all emotional photos. But it’s also important to know how! Ralf Turtschi gives you his tips in the blog post below.
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!
Bringing shots to life. In order for viewers to really immerse themselves in the images, image composition is extremely important. This blog specifically addresses this topic and how we can use it to create images.
Animal photography. Pets are part of the family. They have a character of their own and we can hardly ask them to pose. Guest blogger Ralf Turtschi knows all about it and will show you how to do it.
Street art: People and their works. How to skilfully combine great street photography with street art. Ralf Turtschi has a few tips for you.
Find out which profile photo is particularly popular on dating apps. These tips and tricks will help you to find the right match on Tinder & Co.
Want to use light and shadow in photography for purposeful effect? With these suggestions from guest blogger Andri Laukas, you’re sure to become a master of using light to your advantage.
Create an individual photo book with your most beautiful, funniest and exciting family pictures from the past year!