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How To Take Better Pictures of Your Children

Children can be a fun, yet challenging, subject to photograph. Every child reacts differently to the camera. Some love it and ham it up at every opportunity, while others want to run away and forget they ever saw it. Here are some ideas to help your kid shoot go as smoothly and as quickly as possible. Relax. It’s easy to get nervous before photographing children because they can be unpredictable. If you’re anxious, the child will pick up on it. Relax and let your happiness show through. That ...

 


Get Mom a Smartphone Built for the Drops and Spills of Everyday Life

(News USA) Smartphones have become ingrained in our lives: as personal assistants, mini computers, navigators, gaming devices and more. But the average device can’t withstand the rigors of everyday life. In fact, the yearly volume of cracked screens and waterlogged phones suggest many people’s daily lives aren’t safe enough for smartphones. Most moms know their smartphones won’t even survive 5 minutes with a toddler. It’s not just construction crews, contractors and other...

 


Things to Remember When Taking Photos

It’s easy to point your camera at something that caught your eye and click the button. Yes, this makes it a photo, but is it any good? It’s not so easy to get a photo that grabs your eyes and makes you proud. So, what do you do if you are a newcomer to photography? Practice, of course, and keep these tips in mind. Choose an object you like, a simple household object... anything you might like in your house or something in your yard, like a flower, tree or a hanging birdhouse. Take several pho...

 


Elevate Your Photography by Using Props

Props can make a photo pop, or they can distract viewers’ eyes from the person you’re photographing. Some photographers and clients love having them, while others want nothing to do with them. Should you use them in your photography business? That depends on where you are and what kind of photos you take. If you specialize in taking golden anniversary photos, props may not be necessary. If you do portraits, they would be a distraction. If you’re a children’s photographer, then...

 




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