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#Doll #Photography Tip #8: Light and Shadows

We’ve all taken them: the photo that’s too dark or too bright. This video tutorial suggests ways to counteract problems with light and shadows. However, if you want to know more about how to adjust your DSLR camera and its ISO, aperture settings, etc., the place to look is Chelsea and Tony Northrup’s book, Stunning Digital Photography. I learned everything I know from them. But … Continue reading #Doll #Photography Tip #8: Light and Shadows

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#ShoutOut to @FroggyStuff Who Inspires #Creativity in #Doll Lovers Everywhere

In case you haven’t heard, Froggy, who blogs, tweets, and vlogs about Barbies, Breyer Horses, and other toys is an inspiration to doll and model horse lovers everywhere. Her YouTube channel, My Froggy Stuff, offers tutorials on everything from making doll waffles to creating a stable for your Breyer horses. Froggy’s blog, also called My Froggy Stuff, offers free printable patterns for making all kinds of … Continue reading #ShoutOut to @FroggyStuff Who Inspires #Creativity in #Doll Lovers Everywhere