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Printed Photographs are Gifts

“An image in hand can touch your heart more deeply than an image on a computer screen. Printed photographs are gifts.” ~Meredith Wynn I am a strong advocate for getting photographs PRINTED and not leaving them to languish (or eventually disappear) on hard drives, CDs, or memory cards. How long will it be before these […]

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Jammin’ in the Summer

All photographs on this site are the exclusive Copyright © Diane M. Schuller. All Rights Reserved. Permission directly from Diane is required should you wish to copy or use a photo for any purpose. Thank you for doing the right thing. I bet you thought I was talking about music, didn’t you? Well, I was […]

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Two Easy Peasy Projects for Your Photos

I came across two really cool projects and you’re going to want to do each one! The first one is a project utilizing your own photographs making customized coasters. I just finished reading the instructions and was so amazed at how simple it seems, that I had to share it with you. As regulars here […]

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How to Take Better Photos of Your Children

This is Two-Posts-for-Thursday (please read today’s other post — you could have your photo featured here). Moms and Dads in the Grande Prairie area, mark your calendars for this upcoming (free) workshop. I will be conducting the workshop, “Picture it: How to Take Better Photos of Your Children” at the Grande Prairie Public Library. This […]

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What Can I Do with all my Snapshots?

If you are one of the few people who actually gets your snapshots printed (what a concept!), have you questioned what you can do with all of them? I’m sure you have. I have too. Here’s a great idea I actually got from a friend who does this very thing. She had all kinds of […]

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