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5 part blog series based on our oversubscribed online Autumn Photography bootcamp. Part 4 – lines and frames
5 part blog series based on our oversubscribed online Autumn Photography bootcamp. Part 2 – Colour and texture
5 part blog series based on our oversubscribed online Autumn Photography bootcamp. Part 1 – Light.
My changing bag. It’s got nappies, wipes, a sippy cup, some snacks for the little one, oh and a camera. Don’t worry, it’s got its own little padded home within the bag so it doesn’t need to touch anything icky, but live in my changing bag it does.
What is the time of the day, when your baby is likely to be calm, relaxed, not move too much, and give you the best chance to photograph all their adorable features?
Does your child suffer from the Photographer’s Child Syndrom (PCS)? The symptoms include eye rolling or vocal objection at the sight of you picking up the camera or reluctantly playing along adopting less than sincere poses and the “cheese” variety smiles. Sounds familiar?
What we do as parents, photographers – matters. Documenting the little moments in our family lives, the quiet ordinary moments that make up the fabric of our lives – they matter. They are the ones that in years to come will bring the smile back on your face and floods of emotions.
Want to capture your kids under water? Not as hard as it looks! We explore equipment options, technique and composition – ready? Splash!
Capturing beautiful and simple images of your baby needn’t be hard and complicated and it doesn’t need to include lots of fussy props. This guide is non-technical and instead focuses on simple instructions you can follow with any camera.