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Tips for a great photo for your Free Tag 📸

 

 

Do you have trouble deciding what photo to include on your free dog tag gift? Take the perfect photo to inscribe on your dog tag gift after deciding what to personalise on your Personalised Leather Bracelet.

To begin with, choose a composition for your photo. Considering what will be in the foreground, middle ground, and background of an image will help you achieve this. It's important to make sure that the subject of the picture is not obscured by other objects in the frame. Negative space is also helpful in highlighting the subject of the photo - this is empty space that helps to draw attention to the subject.

Now that you have composed your image, it's time to take it! The quality of your camera or phone camera should be high, and the lighting should be good as well. When using artificial light, make sure it's not too harsh, because natural light is always better. It is now time to edit the photo after it has been taken. The focus should be on the subject and the lighting should be adequate.

Now that you've edited your image, it's time to choose a good photo to make into jewellery! You should look for photos with good composition and clarity. In the photo, the subject should be the focus, and some negative space should surround it. Blurred or harshly lit photos should be avoided. Last but not least, if you're not sure which photo would look good on your jewellery, please feel free to send it over to our designers so they can advise you or help you to edit and improve the photo.

Go ahead and customise your Personalised Leather Bracelet once you decide what you want on your free personalised dog tag. Your free gift will appear ready for you to take advantage of. Drop us a line if we can help in any way.

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