Do you ever catch your children doing something really cute, but find that this cuteness doesn't quite translate in your photographs? Here are a few tips and tricks to help you capture photographs of your children that look a little more creative and a little less boring. 1. Get in Close to Capture the Details If you ask me, there is nothing
You're here because you want to learn more about having an in-home newborn session. I've got you covered! If you can relate to any or all of the following points, then an in-home newborn session could very likely be the right fit for you... 1. You Don't Want to Leave Your Home Having a brand new baby is hard! It doesn't matter
Shooting indoors can be a little intimidating, especially if you're new to photography. Don't reserve your camera for outdoor use only! Indoor photos are every bit as beautiful, as long as you know what to look for and what to avoid. Here are a few tips for taking better photos of your children indoors: 1. Use only one light source Make sure
I love taking candid photos of children doing what they do best - being KIDS! However, I know at times we all like to have a photo or two of our childrens' precious faces looking directly at the camera. This is usually easier said than done and once the camera comes up in front of our face, the kids immediately look away. Let's face
The Power of Photographs Photographs are important. They are priceless, really. This is something that the mother in the following story knows all too well. For many of us, they are the only tangible items we have left of our loved ones that have passed. As we tend to do with so many other things in our lives, we often take photographs for granted.
Do you hesitate to schedule your family photo session because you’re worried about how your children will behave? Well, DON’T! I understand that everyone wants their children to show up on session day and behave like perfect little angels. I also know that if you’re showing up with a couple of toddlers in tow, the odds of that happening are slim-to-none.