4. Take a family selfie
Who says your Christmas card photos need to be taken by a professional? Most smartphones these days take high quality photos that will look beautiful when printed on a photo card. If there are more than a couple of family members to include on your Christmas card, you can use a selfie stick to fit everyone into the photo. You can also think outside the box and find some fun locations for your Christmas card selfie, whether it’s in the car or a nearby forest.
5. Make it humorous
Adding a humorous element to your Christmas card is one of the best ways to help it stand out. Of course, humour can be very subjective, but there’s a good chance that your close friends and family share, or at least understand, your particular sense of humour. So consider adding something funny to your photo cards, whether it’s a Christmas-themed pun or an inside joke that makes you chuckle.
6. Use a landscape photo
A simple wintery landscape featuring snow-capped trees or a frozen lake can make a wonderfully classic Christmas card image. So if you prefer traditional Christmas cards and landscape photography is more up your street than portrait photography, you can also consider using one of your favourite landscape or cityscape images for your Christmas card.