Did Santa leave a shiny new camera or lens under the tree? Are you excited to learn everything there is to know about photographing your kids but don’t know how to get started? Or have you been a photographer some time and need something to re-spark your passion for photography? Why not give Project 365 a try in 2017 to improve your skills and capture some amazing moments. Here are some of our best tips for starting and finishing!
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What exactly is meant by “the best camera is the one you have on you?” For some, that means throwing your DSLR in your diaper bag and using it to capture everyday moments; but is that really feasible for everyone? No. We are much more likely to have our iPhone (or other smartphone) with us while chasing our little ones around on the playground. It’s compact, easily fits into our back pocket (unless you have an iPhone 6 plus) and takes photos that could easily compete with any other point-and-shoot camera on the market. But what are you doing with those photos? Today we discover how to get the most out of your iPhone photos.
If you’re anything like us, one of the biggest reasons we got into photography was so that we could capture beautiful candid moments of our children. Sure, it’s nice to have portrait quality images hanging on the wall. And, we’re not above hiring a professional in the fall for our annual family Christmas card shot, but it’s those everyday moments that preserve our finest memories. It’s those candid moments of our little families that will allow us to step back in times years from now and remember all of those precious memories.
With that in mind, today we’re going to discuss some easy ways to capture candid moments of your kids.
Summer days, barbecues, the beach, and FIREWORKS! The 4th of July is here. If you’re like us, you are looking forward to taking your children to watch fireworks. More specifically, you’re excited to once again try to capture a picture of a few fireworks. Today we offer 9 of our best tips to do just that.
You needn’t trek to a professional studio to get great photos of your kids during holidays. Save your money for professional photos during the big holidays and take your own Valentine’s Day pictures for cards, Facebook, or just displaying around the house. Your kids will be more relaxed with you anyway and you’ll capture priceless, genuine moments with them. Read on for a few easy Valentine’s Day photos to take in your own home that can be created for less than $20, as well as some tips for great photos.
We love capturing every incredible moment of our little ones, but it’s not always possible to lug a big camera along. Luckily, today’s phones, especially the iPhones, take incredible pictures. With just a few tips, you can capture great photos with a tap of your finger.
There are certain moments in our children’s everyday that we might overlook when it comes to photographing them. It’s easy to pull out the camera for the big events or special milestones, but what about those precious daily moments?
Here are five sweet and simple moments in your child’s day that deserve a little extra attention with your camera just this once. We take you from sunrise to sunset for a look at your child’s full day in five touching photos.