The 2011 Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show

How should you hold a bouquet? Your photographer will show you how the bouquet looks best, he won’t want to hide your thousand pound dress with a hundred quid bouquet. If you are a five foot bride, don’t order a 3 foot cascading bouquet! It’s going to be a long day. By the end of the day, you will be wishing that your bouquet was smaller, lighter, more durable, and maybe even artificial. And if it’s too big you may even injure your guests if you decide to throw it into the crowd!


Back in the day there was pretty much no such thing as social media (when I say back in the day I mean about 7 years ago). If you wanted to chat to your friends online, you could email them, or use instant messenger. And if you wanted to look at their holiday pictures you had to go round their house.

If you think about it, a collage picture frame saves you a lot money and gives you more for your dollar. With your new collage picture frames you can display all those photos you enjoy without buying a separate frame for each one.

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.

Related to the first issue, many cameras let you take anywhere from 30 to 100 shots before you either have to transfer the images into your computer or change your Flash or other storage medium card. Also, it’s usually much faster and easier to change the card than it is to insert a new roll of 35 mm film.

Shoot photos of a wide range of individuals. Do not take photographs of people without their consent. The funny thing is that Random Travel Pics has not been around too much time but it has quickly become the authority when it comes to travel pictures. When reviewing your travel pictures, these people will give you a lasting emotional connection to your travels, even if the faces do not seem very unusual at the time. It’s a great idea to focus on the unique styles and expressions visible in each individual picture.

Sending paper cards gives the holiday season a sort of charm and reminiscent feeling for me. It reminds me of simpler times when everyone mailed letters and cards instead of always sending emails and e-cards. Paper cards feel more personal since the person sending it has to physically touch, hold, write in, address and put it into the mail themselves. It’s like they care enough to do some sort of physical labor. Of course it’s not really labor, it’s just a card, but it feels like that sometimes.