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
I used to be a strictly natural light photographer. One of the genres that I've always loved photographing is newborns. I quickly realized that the majority of families wanted their newborn session to take place inside their home. The thought of photographing anything indoors was terrifying to me. I knew that using mixed lighting in a home was a no-no, and I often found
Choosing a location for your family photo session is an important part of the overall experience. Do you absolutely need to have an amazing, extravagant location to get beautiful photos? The answer is NO, you do not…BUT there are some things you should take into consideration when choosing a location. Here are 4 tips to help you along. 1. Consider Who's Being Photographed
As photographers, we’ve all been there - or will be there - at some point…feeling uninspired and unmotivated to pick up that camera and photograph, well, anything. I find that often times, this feeling strikes me shortly after busy season comes to an end and the cold, dark winter days set in. Here are some simple tips to help you get through this slump!
Have you heard a photographer throw around the terms "traditional", "lifestyle" or "documentary" and wondered exactly what the difference is? These are all different styles of photography, so let's clarify what the differences actually are... Traditional Photography Plain and simply put, traditional photography is what I like to think of as that picture perfect portrait. The photographer poses the subjects and everyone