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"We have recently moved in to a new home with magnetic walls so this is a perfect product for our needs, thanks”
Bec bought 30 6x4 & 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames


"Am absolutely delighted with my Fridgi, and can see myself ordering more in the new year”
Robyn bought 20 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“I loved the Fridgi magnets – thought the service was smooth and prompt and will be ordering some more soon. The look fantastic on our fridge”
Carolyn bought 25 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“Our kitchen has a new look with all the Fridgis on our fridge. What a brilliant idea! ”
Anthony bought 25 Fridgi Tough Frames


"Hi Fridgi team, This was my third order in as many years, the frames and service are still exceptional, keep up the good work”
Di bought 10 Fridgi Flexi Frames


"Everything was perfect – the frames arrived super quick & now the fridge is looking a lot more organised! Thanks for such an awesome product & such great service”
Chris bought 10 Fridgi Tough Frames


"Received the frames no problem – they look great on our fridge and are a lovely addition to the fridgi frames we already have. Many thanks for your assistance – a great shopping experience”
Vivien bought 8 Fridgi Tough Frames


"The photowall looks great and I’m really happy with the final result. Thanks for the earlier email with the attachments with layout suggestions of the photos on the photowall. This was very useful”
Edmund bought 70 Fridgi Flexi Frames for a Photo Wall


"I am very happy with my Fridgi photo frames which look very stylish on my fridge & filing cabinet & will defiantly recommend them to my friends! Thank you”
Jan bought 12 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“Thanks Fridgi Team, our Photowall is awesome! It was easy to put up & fill with photos. All our friends want one now ”
John bought 100 Fridgi Flexi Frames


"All good! They are great, exceeded our expectations, so that’s always a bonus! Keep up the good work is all we can say, and we will be back. Cheers, Brenda”
Brenda bought 75 6x4 & 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames


"Thanks for the follow up, all I can say is the frames look great on the fridge and great service”
Laura bought 8 Fridgi Tough Frames


“Hi There, Very pleased with my Fridgis, thank you! My hubby has banned me from buying more as I could go on for ever! Getting very good response from all who see them – I always point them in your direction!”
Sue bought 40 Fridgi Flexi Frames & Magic Mounts


"Great products, thank-you! I’m loving filling up my fridge”
Katrina bought 25 Fridgi Flexi Frames


"Hello, Only positive comments! Great products, exactly as described, easy delivery and payment, we are very pleased with them! Thanks very much”
Nicola bought 5 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“Dear Fridgi team, Our order was perfect in every way. It was easily ordered, the product delivered promptly and the product 100% met my expectation. Many thanks”
Athena bought 25 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“Very happy – love them and have had lots of positive comments from visitors I will pass on your details!!!”
Lisa bought 10 5x7 Fridgi Flexi Frames


“I really like my fridgi frames. I wasn’t sure what to expect but they look great and the quality is very high. They are a fabulous idea!”
Kate bought 6x4 & 8x6 Fridgi Flexi Frames

Photo Tips

 

Modern digital cameras have made taking photos pretty easy, but pressing the button is only 0ne part of taking a good photo. The other part is the composition (what’s in the frame) and that’s all up to the photographer. Here are some tips & tricks to help you take better photos.

 

1. Keep it Simple – Decide what the subject of the photo is going to be and concentrate on composing a photo that will focus on that, try and eliminate any other distractions from the photo.

 

2. Take your time – Spend a few moments thinking about what you want in the photo and where you want the focal point to be. Pay attention to the background and where the light is coming from. Move around to “compose” a better shot.

 

3. Aim to Miss - Placement of the main subject is important, but “aim to miss” as often a photo will look more interesting when the subject is not in the exact center. The “Rule Of Thirds”

 

4. Angles - Try shooting from angles other than “eye level”. Get down low (when photographing kids) or up high to give a different view to what we normally see. Varying angles and heights will help create a more interesting collection of photos.

 

5. Get in close – Don’t be afraid to get up close to your subject (especially when photographing faces) as it helps simplify the photo by reducing distractions from the surrounds (close up of faces can also be made into great black & white photos – which look great in Silver or Black Fridgi frames).

 

6. When taking photos of of large objects, or from a long distance, try and include a recognizable object in the foreground (a person or building) to add a sense of scale and size to the photo.

 

7. Take both horizontal & vertical photos – The different perspective can make 2 photos look very different (& you might like the unexpected one). Get in the habit of doing the Fridgi Flip when you take a photo (named after a Fridgi because it is so easy to flip from horizontal to vertical).

 

8. Take lots of photos !!! There is no cost when you take a photo with a digital camera so take lots. The pros take dozens of photos to get just one good one. Get in the habit of taking lots, move around, change angles, position the subject in different places, do the Fridgi Flip.

 

 

9. Want a fun photo? Ask people to jump. A jump adds energy and gets people smiling (you might need to set your camera to sport/action mode to increase the shutter speed and eliminate blur).

 

10. Regularly review your photos (weekly, monthly or quarterly). When you find one you like pay attention to why (subject placement, light, angle, etc) this reviewing process will help improve you “natural” photography skills. Also pay attention to other photos you like (magazines, newspapers, friends, etc) and when you see one you like think a little bit about why and incorporate that into your photos as well.

 

11. Get in the habit of regularly printing your favourite photos – A photo is in a safe physical format when printed.  Put the best ones on display with some Fridgi frames, they are easy to use and their plain border will draw your eye into the photo and focus attention on it. If you use a frame with a pattern or lots of colours the eye will be distracted from the photo and it will appear less interesting.

 

More Photo Taking Tips

 

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