Nixplay Blog – 11.20.18 (11.19.18)
Black Friday is almost here, which means that hordes of bargain-loving shoppers will be descending upon stores across the country, all hoping to secure an amazing bargain without receiving an injury in the process! If you’re looking to get the most out of this year’s deals, check out these Black Friday shopping tips.
Read more: 4 Black Friday Shopping Tips You Should Know
Nixplay Blog – 11.7.18 (10.31.18)
It’s not always the prettiest photographs that get remembered. Sometimes, it’s the haunting photos that remain firmly embedded in one’s mind.
Read more: 5 Haunting Photos And The Stories Behind Them
Nixplay Blog – 10.22.18
These days, it’s not enough for food to taste good. To be on the radar of the most discriminating gourmands, your dish has to be photogenic as well—a feast not just for the palate, but also for the eyes.
It is hard to know exactly when food photography became so popular, but we have a theory that social media had a lot to do with it. It doesn’t matter if you are shooting with a phone, a point and shoot camera or a DSLR (even an analog film camera can work), what really matters is composition and lighting conditions. You don’t need to be a food stylist—anyone can make real food look good by following these simple tricks. Don’t forget to display your shots on your Nixplay Frame!
Read more: 5 Food Photography Tips And Tricks
Nixplay Blog – 10.18.18 (10.17.18)
If you’ve never bought a digital photo frame before, you’ve probably got a few questions which need answering. As our homes become more integrated with technology such as virtual home assistants (Amazon Alexa comes to mind) and light bulbs which can be controlled from your smartphone, digital photo frames find their place at the intersection of sophistication and simplicity–a subtle piece of digital décor that elevates your home to new heights with its versatility and class.
Read more: What To Keep In Mind Before Buying A Nixplay Frame
Nixplay Blog – 10.15.18
After digital photography skyrocketed some years ago, a very odd thing happened: Film photography became popular again. Maybe it had something to do with the appeal of delayed gratification, or it might have coincided perfectly with the rise of hipster culture.
Read more: Film’s Not Dead: How to Make the Most Of Your Film Camera