Not Sure What Kind of Photo to Upload?
Posted on December 19 2017
If you've taken a lot of photographs and just can't decide which one you'd like to upload and
have made into a photo charm, we can help you whittle that list down.
The Annalise team of magicians have a few pointers to help you choose the perfect
A Guide on The Perfect Photos For A Photo Charm
With a little bit of creative direction, your photographs can be turned into a gem fit for a charm,
so if you were wondering what sort of photograph to take, here's a short guide:
1) Negative space is really helpful
If your subject's face/s are too close to the edge of the photograph, it might be difficult for the
Annalise team to work their magic in order to get the perfect fit. Try not to crop your images
before uploading them (we'll take care of that part), because your subjects should be in the
centre of the image.
2) Group photos are not ideal
We have many charm designs that can take more than one photograph, so if you would like
more than one face on a charm, two faces are the maximum that can be converted to a charm
with minimal loss in detail. Ideally, the two faces in each photograph should be close together.
3) Keep things light
Black and white pictures are absolutely gorgeous as photo charms, so if you'd like to see how
yours would turn out as a charm, remember to shoot a focused image in an environment with a
good light sort. Even as an artistic black and white image, blurry images cannot be corrected by
the team, so try to at least upload a bright, clear and infocus photo.
Follow your heart
Annalise has a team of professional photographers who are more than capable to restore and
perfect any image that may not necessarily “make the cut”. Don’t worry about your image being
unable to tick any of the above boxes. If the pictures mean everything to you, then we will do
our utmost best to make sure that we make it work.
Just upload and order your charm anyway, and Annalise professional photographers will be
more than happy to advise you on the way forward!