An (almost) exhaustive list of appreciation gifts to send to ministry partners, such as calendars, mouse pads, and more. I include links of where to find these gifts, too. Continue reading Appreciation Gifts for Ministry Partners
We’ve all seen that great family shot on a Facebook cover photo, but parts of the spouse’s head are sadly missing and the children’s eyes are peeking from the bottom edge of the photo as if they were looking over a wall. I hope I can help you avoid a situation like this. Continue reading Easy Tips for Cropping Photos with Paint.net
Take a good look at this infographic and consider if you might want to change your Facebook ministry strategy. Continue reading Photos, Facebook and You
Learn how to get the best lighting for your photography, for both landscapes and portraits. Continue reading Extraordinary Light for Extraordinary Photography
It’s a potentially great crime-fighting tool for the future: a criminal’s image could be recognized in the mirror of someone’s cornea in a digital photo. After reading a recent article, I thought about security and privacy issues that this new technology raises for missions in the future..
If you’re a missionary who works or travels to areas of the world where security is an issue, you should think about this new development. [Read more…] Continue reading Eyes and Security Issues for Digital Photos
I wrote earlier in Watch Out for Photo Sizes: A Tutorial about the need to compress photos (think: “volume”). Now this post is about resizing the dimensions of photos (think: “puzzle pieces”). The previous post was about large photos taking up a lot of space in media libraries for blogs and for MailChimp and in your friends’ eMail inboxes. This post is about making photos the right size to fit a space. [Read more…] Continue reading Resizing images