For Photo Tip Tuesday, I’d like to share a simple tip for photographing children.
Get down on their level. Yup! That’s it!
You come down to their level for cuddles and kisses, to hear their cute little voices whisper secrets, and even to scoop them up for big bear hugs… if your back allows. The same holds true for taking pictures of them.
You’ll have plenty of opportunity to practice with upcoming plays, concerts, costumes, family gatherings, & all the gift-giving any kid could ask for!
Now… before getting back to your day, I’d like to share a couple tidbits about me! … More Photo Tips Tuesday… and extra Tidbits!
Didn’t the thought of film from last week’s letter conjured up the joy and memories of looking through actual printed photographs?!?
With family-life, work-life, life-life… yes, we are all busy! But when we find moments to get away, or spend downtime with loved ones, and we snap pictures that become instant memories… what happens?
Your faves may make it to your phone’s lock screen and your Facebook cover photo, but they all sit on your device, memory card, or computer. FOREVER. … More Every Day Photo Tips: PRINTS are not dead!
Do you remember the days of film? So many choices…
Color or Black & White?
12,24, or even 36 Exposures?
100, 400, 800 Film Speed (ISO) or higher?
You’d get home, pop in your film and take pictures until your roll of film ran out … then you’d drop off your roll(s) at the local photo lab and wait – for daaaaays – to pick up your prints AND negatives! Makes me smile just thinking about it. Anyway…
On today’s digital cameras, you still have to “choose” the film speed – your ISO – the camera’s ability to be more or less sensitive to available light. … More Every Day Photo Tips: ISO – It’s So Outstanding!
How do you “capture it all” in a picture?
Take in everything that’s going on around you… … More Every Day Photo Tips: Capturing a Scene