I get a lot of email where people ask how I created such and such of a graphic. Today, I thought I would share some of my favorite tips, tricks, and filters. A decent portion of my current teen programming involves teaching teens how to do fun photo tricks and then to translate that into their own artistic creations. I myself use these tips to create images that I use on social media, both personal and for the library, on crafts that I create, and I even use them to make a variety of photo announcements. Each year I make party invitations and keepsakes for the girls designed to capture the essence of who they are in that year. I also like to design my own party invitations and holiday cards.
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Teen Room Photo Display Ideas
Teen Room Photo Display Ideas. Metal Printed photos are a fun way to blow up a memory or photo of a loved one in a teen room. Also create an easy hanging photo display that can be changed throughout the year! Photos are a wonderful way to personalize a room and fill it with memories and the images of those we love. This is especially true in the tween and teen years. When we moved into the home, Hannah my year-old, wanted a room in the basement. The room she chose was large and one of the focal points was a brick wall.
I imagine there's not a current or former student among us who doesn't regret at least one school photo. The year I decided on a neon theme and a bowtie comes to mind. But that's part of the fun: whatever we look like as kids or teens tells a particular story about that time in our life. So I can imagine the frustration that students from Wasatch High School in Utah felt when they found out school officials Photoshopped their year-end pictures. When the teenagers opened their yearbooks recently, they found that some of their photos had been changed to enforce arbitrary standards of modesty - some had sleeves added to sleeveless shirts, others had their necklines made higher.
Exactly one month ago, Instagram pilfered a major feature from Snapchat, and the teen photo wars entered a new and more ruthless chapter. Some might even highlight that the only significant difference between the two features is their context: While a hour Snapchat story lasts much longer than a second disappearing Snapchat message, a hour Instagram story perishes faster than an Instagram post, which is never automatically deleted. In other words, Snapchat invented stories to promote permanence, but Instagram adopted them to encourage ephemerality. And while I used Snapchat Stories regularly for years, I immediately discovered that more people watched my Instagram story than my Snapchat story—though that may be a fluke of my personal network. Could Instagram lure them back?