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2015 Knitting & Crochet Blog Week—Day 3: Experimental Photography and Image Handling for Bloggers

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Every year Knitting & Crochet Blog Week tries to feature at least one day where photography takes a key role, because it has been proven many times that what captures reader’s attention for the first few seconds to hopefully hold them long enough to invest the time to read your words is your pictures, and so this topic crops up each year, but every year it yields such different results!

It is easy enough to fall into a routine of photographing your finished projects as is – clearly displayed, maybe from a few varying angles, and for a large part of the time these are what blog readers will expect to see, but every now and again it is good to throw in a picture that causes people to linger.

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20 thoughts on “2015 Knitting & Crochet Blog Week—Day 3: Experimental Photography and Image Handling for Bloggers

  1. I love you photo! it’s fantastic:)

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  2. wow what a great idea!
    H.

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  3. What does it say that I recognized most of those sections, even if I couldn’t recall the specific project names? It reminds me of when I was doing pictoral applique quilting.

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  4. Your picture is so creative!

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  5. That’s awesome! Great idea!

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  6. I really love that, what a great idea 🙂

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  7. I am in awe 🙂 Great idea 🙂

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  8. what a great idea. I am so jealous of your skills.

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  9. Brilliant photo, such a creative idea! Would be a great idea to give as a gift if every bit meant something to the person you were gifting it to!

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  10. Genius! I need to go figure out how to do that!

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  11. I love this – very creative!

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  12. That’s a fun collage-kind-of pic!

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  13. Well, you are right about an interesting photograph or picture! I am marvelling at yours and wondering how on earth you did it! Clever 🙂

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  14. Clearly, you are an artistic genius 🙂

    Srsly, what software did you use to create that? I am intrigued.

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  15. This is terrific

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