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Where to Buy Christmas Photo Ornaments?

For the BEST variety of Christmas photos Ornaments, only Pro Studio Supply has them ready to go!

A great selection of nostalgic to new-age flashing light styles, all available in one place at a wholesale price!


An exquisite design Pewter Sleigh Photo Frame to display a single photo for your tree or mantle.

Designed to hold 2''x 3'' photograph.


Our Holiday Photo Gift Set includes four items in one package perfect for friends and relatives.

The four Christmas items can also be purchased separately in full cases on our site.


Christmas Light Up Photo Ornament your family will cherish. A clear round ornament ball that's sliver on the bottom. Just ''Shake'' it to activate its blue/green/red LED lights.


Christmas Snowflake Light-Up Photo Ornament. Clear plastic beveled edge plastic frame that lights up.

Ornament hold a 2 1/4'' photo or art work. A series of flashing red/green/blue LED lights for your entertainment.


Christmas Photo Ball Ornament has a swing-open shell and simple hanger ribbon design.

Place up to two holiday photos inside ornament. Includes 6 gold caps and 6 silver cap Photo Ball Ornaments.


Porcelain Christmas Photo Ornaments for a traditional keepsake. Each ornament uses a holly pattern

and ''Season's Greetings.'' Has one 2'' round photo opening. Receive 12 red and 12 white photo ornaments.


Magnetic Christmas Photo Snow Globe Ornament for your tree or refrigerator. Each snow globe contains snow and glitter flakes. Globes are made of durable plastic so they won't break.


Christmas Stocking Photo Ornament. Takes one 3" diameter or 2 1/4'' photograph.

Red acrylic ornament. Photo snaps into place.


Christmas Photo Stocking Light-up Red or Blue. Each ''Light-up'' Stocking holds a 4x6 photo and hangs 18'' long. Unique fiber-optic blinking lights woven throughout with gold stitching. Comes in Red or Blue with a Merry Christmas on top.

Where can I find Christmas gifts to put my family pictures in?

Where can I find Christmas gifts to put my family pictures in?


Pro Studio Supply is again offering a variety Christmas items and gifts that you can place your photos into! So many items ranging from simple greeting cards and folders, photo snow globes, Christmas photo picture frames and photo ornaments.


Each item is adorned with Christmas decorations and accepts your family photos, your clients portraits from a corporate Christmas party's or children’s Santa portraits.


Each item is made to hold either 2 1/2 x 3, 4x6 or 5x7 photo images. Photo's easily slides into the greeting card or snow globes with little effort!


Several items include a batteries that power a series of flashing lights sure to get the attention of infants and guests to your home during Christmas time. 


Most items come in an individual box to present to a family member, corporate client or customer.


Please see our extensive line of Christmas Gifts and call us toll-free with any questions especially with a month left before Christmas.


See the FULL SELECTION of Christmas Photo Items at your convenience.











Where can I buy photo Christmas Ornaments and photo frames?

Every year, Pro Studio Supply offers a great variety of Christmas photo items to our web page & FaceBook page.

Our products were initially sold to working portrait and studio photographers throughout the United States and Canada.

But in this changing world of professional photography, we now offer them to EVERYBODY at wholesale prices.

This means everyone can buy the newest variety of Christmas photo folders, photo frames, photo ornaments and photo snow globes at the lowest wholesale prices in America!

Choose from an extensive set of photo folder styles to place your customers, family or corporate event images into.

Choose from several Christmas style photo frames in 4x6 and 5x7 photo sizes.

A huge variety of photo ornaments and snow globes to add to your Christmas trees and mantle for years of enjoyment.

You can review the FULL SELECTION of Christmas Photo Items at your convenience.

But hurry!! There's only 35 days from today till Christmas Eve!










Five Pro Tips for Shooting Concerts

Summer is here, ladies and gentlemen. And with it comes warm weather, trips to better shores and, more importantly, music festivals and concerts. Yes, with summer kicked into high gear, music lovers flock to open fields to hear their favorite artists jam out on stage in front of before thousands. Festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Glastonbury tout large crowds and endless obstacles that make it rightly difficult to get the shots you want. But never fear. We’ve talked to professionals to compile five tips for shooting live shows.

       1.     RESEARCH!!! Learn everything you can before start shooting. Know the times, know the stage, know the band.

       2.     Use fast lenses. Stage lighting is very low, which makes it hard to gain sharp pictures. Use a lens with a high shutter speed, like a 50mm lens with a 1.8 f-stop, a cheap lightweight lens built for low lighting conditions.

       3.     Improvise. Way back when, photographers were allowed to bring in all sorts of cameras and equipment. Today, however, DSLRs and the like are verboten for the general public. So instead, be prepared to use your iPhone smartphone or a mirrorless digital camera. They’re small and easy to carry and use.

       4.     More shots, the better. Music is always moving, and so are musicians. Be sure to use a multiple shot mode to get the preferred pictures. More recent smartphones come with this feature already built in.

       5.     Concerning Silhouettes. Silhouettes capture a dramatic tone that can add that extra “oomph” to your photos. Turn off you flash and take a wide shot for best results.

 And there you have it: five tips for shooting concert photography. We can recommend an item that can improve concert photos. Our Selfie Handle can be used to go over your head pointed at the stage. With it’s built-in Blue tooth shutter release you can reach way over the crowd.  As I mentioned in tip three, DSLRs have been drastically limited and strictly regulated. So be prepared to use alternatives. Have a good summer and happy shooting!


Is the Image OK to Use?

You’ve found the perfect image through Google images and for your presentation or post. Before you copy and paste, make sure you can use this photo. You don’t want to discover down the road that the image is owned by someone else who can threaten you with copyright infringement.

Forewarned is forearmed

Thanks to some creative and insightful individuals, it’s snow possible to find the image source and use information with the help of reverse search engines!

These sites work by submitting a chosen image to the site. They then compile a list of sites where that image appears, usually in different sizes. Using this tool saves you from having to deal with the minefield that is the Internet and fair use by getting as close to the source as possible. Save yourself the hassle of a cease and desist order and check out these links! -A popular and widely used engine. Limits at 1 MB. -Uses Google to work, but you’re able to submit multiple images and many other features. -This image works exclusively with Reddit, great for preventing re-posts by digging through all popular Subreddits. -Obviously the most popular search engine on the planet, Google hosts the largest image database in the world. Nuff said.

 Found a cool image that you want to use? Find its source!

Wedding Photography – 5 things that have changed the look and feel.

       Brides are looking for spunk, new and fresh ideas for their wedding photography. A few things add to this. We explored these ideas because as a photographer you must stay on top of the trends.

      1. Viral Photos have caused a popularity contest. If a photo goes viral it must be good right? Or at least a new look. Take a look at these pre wedding photos that went viral in Tibet. They will end up being ageless.

      2. The Story that accompanies the photo is just as important now. In this story, it was a funny story that was taken badly publicly. The couple responded with kindness and love. That love and kindness resulted in even more photos being taken professionally.

      3. Selfies everyone loves the selfie look. Selfies have made their way into being a ‘’moment’’ for professionals to photograph. In fact, it might even be hard to not get at least one professional picture of selfies being made, as seen here.

      4. Social Media means instant sharing. Can you, as the photographer, provide a process for that? If you did, you might be a step ahead on sales points. Consider a simple cell phone being passed around a wedding to have all those pictures in one spot.

      5. Personalities are original and unique. People in general want to let their colors shine. Those same people want that personality to show through in their wedding photos.

All five of these items require is to adapt to the ever-changing bride. The days of truly classic posing is gone or drastically reduced. Recently and accidentally a picture became a sensation. It was tilted and one that many would have deleted. It cuts off part of the arms of the wedding party. The Happy Couple loved it. This could very well be the next trend. Either way, what we, as photographers, consider right or correct photos is not always what the bride and groom want.


Filters and the Four Surprising Affects They Have

Did you know that filters are being studied? Instagram has changed how we view pictures, part of that is because of filters. Arizona State University has been studying filters for over a year now. Filters dramatically change how people react to pictures. Some of us remember the days of screw on filters to add star bursts or warming effects, not to mention the multitudes of other filters available.

Here’s what we found in the studies. Serious photographers use filters to correct a problem.  Casual users use the filters to make pictures appear more artificial. My own experience is that there is a group of “serious” photographers who use filters to enhance photos in a creative way while not going too far. Things get interesting when you look at how viewers react. Pictures with filters used tend to get more interaction and reaction.

      Four things happen.

     1. There is a positive reaction to the warmth factor.

     2. Viewers seem to feel these photos have fewer flaws.

     3. Surprisingly, the “new” look of these photos is well received.

     4. People feel like the photo has a more professional look.

Here at Pro Studio Supply, we carry one of the most unique software with unlimited filter options, Tiffen’s FX Digital Filter Suite. It starts with 94 different filters and a host of other applications that can revolutionize your photography. Think about having digital gels, multiple layers of multiple filters or even making your client a cartoon for something fun. We know that filters are not new. The “new” idea behind filters is that they are better understood. Moreover, people like the look.

The idea that filters are being studied might be amusing to the seasoned photographer. One thing can be said as a professional photographer you can use filters to stand out from the crowd that has not yet embraced the digital filter.


How Photographers Can Avoid Upsetting the Bride

We scoured the internet looking at what brides dislike most about their wedding photography experience. Surprisingly it came down two issues, neither being the actual photographs. These are communications and presentation.

     Here is what a bride and groom expect from you.

    1. Deliver on time. Brides do not want to keep hearing you are busy, another week is needed, or any of those types of delays. Give the bride a date and stick to it.

    2. Direct the couple during the photography. You are the expert and should have the ideas. Offering direction begins in the pre-wedding discussions.

    3. Recognize the customer is always right. You should listen to the type of pictures the bride wants and stick to the shot list. The shot list should be agreed to in the pre-wedding discussions.

    4. Shoot in the style the bride wants. If you can’t or won’t shoot in the style she wants, be upfront with her at the get-go. Suggest other photographers who may please her more. You may not gain a client, but your colleagues will appreciate the referral and your reputation will stay intact.

    5. Make the presentation special. Photo presentation is as much as part of the event as the ceremony itself. Keep her feeling special by going the extra mile to present her wedding as a gift to her.

    6. No cheap CDs or jump drives. Cheap presentation makes your photography look less desirable. Photography is a big investment. Use a suitable-sized, well-constructed and elegant portfolio box that presents your work with pride. You can add branding these boxes for additional exposure. If you’re going to use a CD or jump drive, then use a CD/DVD presentation album or consider this style of the jump drive.

    7. Don’t half present your product. If you only have final photos but the prints and books aren’t ready, then wait for the books and prints.

Our advice is to go out of your way and make the photography experience as special as the rest of the wedding. You are providing the memories the couple will cherish.

Who Prints Your Personal Pictures?

­­­Who is printing your client’s pictures? The quality of your final prints can be a factor in how that photo will be handled. If you’re a professional photographer using Walgreen’s, Costco or even Sam’s club you are undermining your value! If you have pictures that are simple snapshots it might be ok. But quality photography deserves quality printing.

If you do not follow that practice it will be difficult to sell that concept to your clients. A print made from a pro lab will be better than those from a consumer retailer! They’re usually protected by a portfolio cover or stored more carefully in a portfolio box. If a lower cost print is damaged, they may be easier to replace, but a higher-quality print will be treated much better and cherished longer.

A higher quality print offers better credibility. People are more willing to invest more in them. Your eyes, your technical skills and your personal attention to details all add to your professionalism. People are more willing to pay more for quality.

As a professional, you can explain the importance of you’re using quality photo labs do result in better prints. If you are going to invest in a photo shoot, also invest in quality prints to honor the session. Your clients are worth the extra cost of high quality prints.

When they order prints, remember the importance of presenting them in a quality manner. A simple envelope may not cut it. Provide them with a personalized logo imprinted on a quality photo folder in a personalized photo box and they will generate referrals and more business. Professionals understand the importance of delivering their work in quality packaging. Pro Studio features a variety of photo packaging to choose from.

Color calibration doesn’t end before the print process. A good understanding of paper profiles used to match a printer model does produce higher color quality. Better quality papers inherently produce higher archival properties. Better papers are heavier and can stand up to more handling with out sudden bends and folds unlike cheaper papers. Finally, once mounted and framed, can and should last hundreds of years without deterioration.

A combination photo shoot.

A few weeks ago I covered a local event called the BrewTown Rumble. It was part portrait session for the Pin-up models of a pageant and part location candids. These lovely ladies wanted great professional portraits which required a studio set-up and my Nikon DSLR. For the location candids, I tend to use my iPhone6. If you know your equipment and lighting this combination works incredibly well.

In regards to the portrait session, it’s important to be in control of your lighting.  I use Wescxott TD5 Florescent lighting with softboxes. I prefer the constant light rather than strobes due to my not doing portrait work full time. The constant lighting allows me to see where my shadows fall and how the light effects my models faces before taking the picture. Strobe lighting is a skill all photographers should know how to use especially full-time photographers.

My florescent lamps are ‘’daylight’’ rated and I can mix the natural sunlight into my studio session. Depending on the specific situation, it can add to the portrait. It’s another benefit of using daylight florescent lamps.

Once I started covering the days event, I like using my iPhone. It becomes my simple ‘’point-n-shoot’’ camera so I can concentrate strictly on composition. I own and use a Moment telephoto lens plus the standard iPhone lens. I quickly and easily switch between the two as needed. Using the iPhone allows me to be less intrusive. Photos are also easier to take as people are less intimidated now by cell phones. Cell phones allow you to be far more reactive at events. The lower you can get to the ground with your iPhone the more impact your photos will have.

Have more questions about iPhone photography? Send me an email and lets talk about it and checkout my iPhone site at