Posts Tagged ‘christmascard’

Creating a Star Wars Themed Christmas Card Photo of Santa in Carbonite

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Here’s my 2014 Christmas card: Santa in Carbonite! At the end of every year my studio collects all of the cool card ideas that we thought of during the season. I then create a calendar event for the next November, listing out the ideas we thought of. Last year we came up with a Star Wars Christmas card idea with the boys guarding Santa Claus, frozen in carbonite. Call them Imperial Elves.
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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Christmas Card Photo Dubbed ‘Fabulously Awful’

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There’s no getting around it, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair should have picked a different photo before he and his wife sent out this year’s Christmas card (yes… that’s their actual card). Sent to us by a reader, this wonderfully awkward image is good for a laugh and perhaps a cringe or two. Read more…

Creative Photographer Couple Shoots Half-Christmas Half-Hanukkah Holiday Card

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Say you and your girlfriend are both photographers. And say, also, that you’ve been together for four years and you’ve decided it’s time to send out your first Holiday card as a couple. There’s only one issue: you celebrate Christmas and she celebrates Hanukkah. What are two photographers to do?

Why, you turn the studio you work at into a creative half-Christmas half-Hanukkah scene and shoot a Holiday card so awesome the entire Internet takes notice, that’s what you do! Read more…

Turn a Roll of Film Into a Greeting “Card”

Accidentally expose an entire roll of film to light? Instead of throwing it away, you can turn it into a geeky greeting card! Lomographer brilliantgreen made a Christmas-themed one using small illustrations and letters cut out of a magazine, but you could do it for any occasion.

Film Roll Christmas Letters [Lomography]

An Honest Family Christmas Card Photo

If families always listened when photographers say, “look natural”, this is what nearly every Christmas card would look like. Clever.

(via HuffPo via Gizmodo)