Do you feel unmotivated to go out and photograph because you don't live near gorgeous locations? Let me tell you that you can make beautiful and memorable photos using your own front yard! I've written the first part of this topic photographing my daughter during the fall season. Check it out here!
This post is for the winter season. Enjoy!
In this post I'm sharing images I took of my daughter this last beautiful fall Saturday. It was a sunny day at around 1-2 pm so the sun was high up, all we have in our front yard is one tree and our neighbor's trees as backgrounds. If you want to take advantage of what you have, read on...
You're here because you are enjoying your DSLR or digital camera and taking photos of your family but perhaps when you look at your photos something seems off. For instance, you're surprised at how your double chin is protruding. In fact, where did it come from? Your husband's form may seem more pudgy than how you usually see him, or you're not sure how to pose your family during the family reunion.
Maybe you're new to photography and would like some help. I am here to help. Today's topic is about POSING....
You're here because you are enjoying your DSLR camera and taking photos of your family but perhaps when you look at your photos something seems off. For instance, there may be too many shadows, you don't know how to position yourself in relation to the sun, or you may be missing on important details that you'd love to cherish decades later. Maybe you're new to photography and would like some help. The trick to making a great magically enhanced photo art is to start with good and eye candy photography.
Then there are the fun projects of putting together a photo album, a wall of photos or collage. What should be included?
Today's topic is about DETAILS....
Photography tips by kat
So you're about to go to the park and you dress your baby girl in a cute outfit. (Why cute instead of play clothes? Because she's your BEAUTIFUL baby girl. You know how it is *wink*)
And before she gets dirty you want to take photos. And you'd like them to come out pretty nice.
Right? But all you have is your smartphone. That's ok!
Below are some tips to get a decent nice photo.
My philosophy is that photography should lighten up the heart and the eyes with vibrant color, light and majesty as memories flood back into the mind and soul. No cringing allowed. Only magic!