One of the questions I get asked quite often relates to the way I photograph my items and yarn. I often choose to photograph at least some shots of a project against a white background as I find it an unencumbered way to view the items without distraction of a busy backdrop.
I’ve been asked a few times if I have a little studio for taking my photographs. All I can ever reply to that is I can only wish I did! I also have an inexpensive little pocket digital camera and not much space, so those dreams cast aside, it’s time to reveal the truth:
Now – fiddling around with a few of the settings on your camera is going to help to improve your shots. Not all cameras work identically as far as button placement and menu navigation are concerned, but many are quite similar. If you cannot find one of the settings/buttons which I mention in the following part of the tutorial/FAQ, it’s time to go and hunt down the manual for your digital camera.
Continue to part 2.