Simple element

© Copyright Ada Kanu 2014

With the perfect image, adding too many elements creates a busy photo, actually detracting from the focal point which should be enjoying the beauty of a photo.

Having my children professionally photographed is always an exciting moment to look forward to, because not only does it mean a new addition to their baby book, but it serves as a wonderful pictorial guide to their progress through the years, and then there is the designer and scrapbooker in me itching to get to those photos and enhance them with every available element and scrap kits I have available to bring the best out of these photos.

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Wouldn’t you agree that simple in the above case is better?

The simple frame gives you a chance to admire Harry’s smile, enjoy the playfulness of Henry, and just melt your heart at Hanna’s sweetness.
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1 Comment so far

  1. Wendy May 28th, 2009 11:15 pm
    Thanks for posting, I very much enjoyed your newest post. I think you should post more often, you obviously have natural ability for blogging!

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