CASECRUZER- GEARED FOR TRAVEL
Montclair, California - December 14, 2010
CaseCruzer 2010 Holiday Photography Tips
Professional and amateur photographers move beyond snapshots
CaseCruzer knows how much you love those snapshots of your Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukah family gatherings. They are so much fun. But are they always memorable or just a flash in the pan? (“Mommy, why does Uncle Bill have red eyes?”)
To create photographs that you’ll cherish for years to come, we’ve gathered some tips that, yes, demand a little more attention to detail, and yet promise much better results. Remember, you don’t have to be an expert to be artful.
Before we get to the tips, will you be traveling to a family gathering with digital camera equipment, including an Apple or Microsoft Word-based laptop? The reason we ask is we don’t want all your hard work during the holiday to go to waste.
So for this holiday season we’ve introduced CaseCruzer Photo StudioCruzer (PSC 100, 200, 300 & PSC400) carrying cases that are built to withstand tumbles, extreme weather and altitudes that can damage equipment. All four reusable models arrive with a lifetime guarantee.
The PSC 100 carrying case is designed with a universal sleeve that protects most 13" to 17" laptop models. Padded divider in base organizes camera equipment.
The PSC200 is fitted with a lid cut-out for protection of 15" and 17" Apple Mac Book laptops. Padded divider in base organizes camera equipment.
The PSC300 accommodates most laptops up to 17" and the base is fitted with a custom-foam cutout to keep Canon & Nikon SLR cameras snug when traveling.
The PSC400 case interior combines the Apple laptop (15" & 17" models) along popular SLR cameras, such as Canon & Nikon.
CaseCruzer Holiday Photography Tips:
- Get close to your subject. If you’re photographing children, kneel down to their level. Otherwise you capture too many heads and not enough smiles.
- A little flash is helpful. Many families tend to lower the lights during holiday celebrations. A flash helps brighten faces.
- No need to shout instructions. Consider yourself a photo journalist. Remain silent as you roam through your cozy terrain with camera at the ready.
- Turn on red-eye reduction settings. Then Uncle Bill won’t always look so funny when the photos are reproduced.
- Get a fresh point of view by allowing your children to take some photos.
- When the children and guests quiet down, be ready.
- A trial run the night before the big day will ensure success.
CaseCruzer is watching out for you.