Tips for taking photos

27 thoughts on “Tips for taking photos”

  1. Very helpful!! I really liked your clipping solution, I must try it sometime (although I must admit I’m a little lazy with pictures, the one with the mirror was as far as I was willing to go lol)! Thanks for all the tips! πŸ™‚

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  2. That is a great tip for GIMP. I will avoid poses that make my sims cut into each other like that, but sometimes it is unavoidable. So, I will for sure use this for next time!!

    Also, when taking a picture you can use “buydebug” and buy invisible lighting. I use those light for taking pictures at night.

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  3. Woah, you remodeled your page! Nice πŸ™‚ Loving Gemma’s haircut. That background definitely came in handy for me, and I didn’t know you could recolor it so that’s awesome. I’ve been doing this for ages as well but I always find you can learn something new, it was nice of you to make this post πŸ™‚

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    1. I did. Gemma has a haircut in the next chapter, but I thought spoilering a few days before would do you no bad, so I posted it here. Yesm you can, I think that’s awesome that you can color it any color you want. Yes, that’s exactly what I think. Just decided to share in case someone found it helpful.

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  4. Nice tutorial, Jowita! πŸ™‚ Remember, once we were talking about this and I told you about how I build a basement on my sim’s house with no doors and set that up in much the same way you do your room. LOL

    I love how your site looks! Very cool how the pic goes from gray until we get to the current heir and it’s fully in color. I like it! And Gemma’s hair is great, too!

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    1. Thank you, Kym. Oh yes, I remember it well. You and your crazy basements, oh dear, lol.
      Thank you so much. I wasn’t sure about using so much white, but eventually went for it. My first idea was to make both Maddie and Dellie black and white, but my friend told me it’d look as though he’d been dead.

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  5. I find it very helpful and not silly at all. I deleted “gimp” from my computer, because I’m to dumb to use it in a practical way. Maybe I will try again.
    Usually, I shift the ankle of the camera, so that those clippings are not to see. πŸ™‚

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    1. Haha, thank you so much. I also use Gimp to place my sims to a different background, I could show it to if anyone wanted it, but generally I use it to sharpen, add more colors or do such things as you saw here. Sometimes it’s hard to avoid those clippings as Gemma’s hair does it to me all the time.

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  6. First, this is a nice, new look to your blog! And I love the new header image!

    Two, very interesting tutorial. I don’t stage pictures unless it’s for a family photo, so I’ve got no clue about most of this. I do use GIMP on occasion, mostly for cleaning up family photos.

    Thanks for the tips! ^_^

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    1. Thank you so much. Basically I just changed the background color and the header image. Theme is the same, because I really like it.
      Thank you, these are just my silly tips that come useful to me, so I thought about posting them here, don’t know if anyone’s actually interested, but it’s nice if I could help anyone.
      I only use Gimp for lags and putting up a new background (like in my avi), sometimes I just go with photo editing, like I did for the header image.

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