If you’ve read my earlier posts on canvas and metal print wall decor, you know that I like using my own photos to create inexpensive, unique artwork for our house. One medium I had never tried before was acrylic, sometimes referred to as Lucite or plexiglass. So I decided to make my first-ever acrylic photo print with Mixbook and all I can say is if you haven’t tried acrylic before, you need to give it a shot.
Are you getting ready for your longed-for summer vacation? While the memories of your time away will always stay in your mind, you may also want to capture some stunning pictures of your trip. While living in the moment is important, capturing those moments so we can reminisce is almost as vital.
The good thing about capturing memories during the summer is that the weather may actually be on your side! With sweeping blue skies and a shining sun, your photos will have a summery glow which only the best natural light can create.
It can be hard to come up with something original for Father’s Day and still have money in your wallet, but if your dad is a photo enthusiast, there are actually quite a few photography accessories that won’t break your Father’s Day gift budget. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite photo accessories and they’re all under $25; many of them are under $10! These are high value, low cost tools any photographer can use, regardless of their expertise or type of photography they do. These accessories, aside from being inexpensive, will help protect Dad’s gear and even improve his photography. You could even put together a gift basket with several of these tools. Or get them for yourself! Here’s my list of favorite budget-friendly camera accessories, in random order.