How to create a great Pop Art!
01/2009 / Written by HeadFiddler

Not all digital photos are equal! Not all photographers are equal! 
That's ok, here are some tips that will help anyone take a photo that will work well for a Photofiddle pop art.

1. Always take photos in good light. Sunlight is preferred.
2. Try to use digital cameras at there maximum resolution setting.
3. Pop arts are usually taken with the person's (or pet's) face as the main focus, so when possible, try to take your photo of just the face. Zoom in, and get a clear shot. 
4. Direct face on shots are good, as well as side profile photos.
5. Try to use a solid background behind your face. Too much background clutter can ruin the potential of the pop art. White black, or colorful backgrounds are best.
6. After uploading the photo onto Photofiddle, make sure you crop the face to your liking and keep it centered.
7. These tips will surely help you create a better Pop Art!

 

Not all digital photos are equal! Not all photographers are equal! 
That's ok, here are some tips that will help anyone take a photo that will work well for a Photofiddle pop art.

1. Always take photos in good light. Sunlight is preferred.
2. Try to use digital cameras at there maximum resolution setting.
3. Pop arts are usually taken with the person's (or pet's) face as the main focus, so when possible, try to take your photo of just the face. Zoom in, and get a clear shot. 
4. Direct face on shots are good, as well as side profile photos.
5. Try to use a solid background behind your face. Too much background clutter can ruin the potential of the pop art. White black, or colorful backgrounds are best.
6. After uploading the photo onto Photofiddle, make sure you crop the face to your liking and keep it centered.
7. These tips will surely help you create a better Pop Art!