When we're trying to take great photos of our craft, it's easy to imagine the end result: well-exposed, well-lit, in-focus and sharp images that showcase our work. But despite our best efforts, this doesn't always go to plan. Adding to the frustration, it can be difficult to work out what, precisely, is the problem. Today it's time to talk about ten of the most common problems we encounter with everyday craft photography. The problems cover basic but important topics such as styling, lighting, composition and camera settings. Read more at Tuts+! (See my other tutorials on Tuts+ by clicking here.)
Photo: Heidi Adnum. Lip Balm: Willow Tree Lane.