It is fun to think back to the memories of childhood. Christmas is different now with all of the busy events of the season. I still love the holidays though. I love the snow and the Christmas lights that adorn peoples homes. I love it when people are a little nicer to one another and a little more polite because of the season. I still love the old holiday movie classics that everyone seems to know, Rudolph, Frosty, and Santa Claus is Coming to Town. I enjoy baking goodies for the people I love and I love spending time with my family and close friends.
Use your social networking sites, like Facebook, Myspace, & Twitter to browse through your friend’s travel pictures to get great idea of what they did and talk to them about their trip. Travel Pictures is one of the hundreds of things associated with random travel pics. See if they have any recommendations of what to and not to do on your trip. Your friends and their experience could help you since they know what you like.
Scrapbooking- Looking over family and summer vacation pictures are a good way to spend quality time together. The most creative way to share these memories is to teach your child to scrapbook. Give them a few of their favorite photos and let them create a page of their own.
Another travel photo guideline this is important is to remember to look at what is behind the people in your picture. Wives do not think it is funny when their husbands show of the picture of the flagpole coming out of her head. Take a minute to look at the background and notice how it blends with the foreground of your picture. The exception to this is when you want to have a bird appear to be sitting on your daughter’s head. Look for interesting shots – – rather than just placing your family in front of the large spaceship have them stand with their hands in the air so that it appears they are holding it up or standing behind it leaning to the side as if it is blowing them over.
There are three things that determine the actual exposure: the shutter speed you set on the camera body, the aperture you use on the lens and the ISO, the type of film you use or in a digital camera the sensitivity of the sensor to light. These three variables work in the doubles and half progression of stop increments and all three are related to each other.
Post seasonal and holiday pictures too. Birthdays, special events, Christmas, Halloween, and Thanksgiving are all great times of the year for pictures. Post a picture of yourself in a silly Halloween costume, or by the Christmas tree with your children, for example.
It is just your preference what you would like to do. Your typical door welcome can be removed and replaced with one that says Happy Holidays. You can skip your door bell if you have a knocker installed with jingle bells. The sky is the limit when it comes to decorating. Use your imagination and add your special touch. You can surround the door with garland that is pretty during the day and lit up at night. If your child has colored a pretty picture, add it as a focus point to share with others. Children love the recognition, we all know the refrigerator is an art magnet.
Mind movies are the latest rage for the Law of Attraction since The Secret was aired on Oprah. A mind movie is basically a visualization tool that seems to have better results. Visualization is a huge part of the Law of Attraction. Without it, your desires do not have as good of a chance at manifesting. Perhaps you have heard about or have made a vision board, but why not try out this technique?