Some fun tips and tricks I've shared on T.H.E. Blog.
It has been a while since I have shared a photo tip. I have been wanting to get back to it. So when I started putting this together, I really thought, how the heck do I make a blog post out of this? It is simple. Let your kids play. What else is there to say?
That's right. I went there. If you have ever had a portrait session with me, you know that I tend to avoid using my flash. I try as much as possible to use natural light. There are several reasons for this, the most important one for me, people just look better in natural light.
It is that time of year when the sequins and tutus come out and the hair goes up in buns. That's right. Recital time!
Why is photographing stage performances so difficult? It mostly boils down to the lighting. The darkness of the theater, the bright and harsh stage lights, combined with fast moving objects at a distance just creates a hot mess to try and get some good shots of your little one.
Here are the things I've learned in photographing performances that can be carried over to your dance recitals.
Let's be honest here. We all are guilty of snapping 1001 pics a week of our kids. Many of them the same photo, just trying to get that right shot. Am I right?
Do you ever organize those pics or back them up? Do you scroll through thousands of images when you want to find that one picture from dinner three, no wait, was it four weeks ago?
I'm going to go with no for the majority of you. Well, with a few easy steps all that can be simplified. I found this tips from one of my vendors, but I have tweaked them a bit based on some of what I try to do since I do tend to have a lot of images from my phone and my cameras.
How to get those iconic images of your children with the Christmas Tree. It's easier than you think. I break it down in this post.
Alright, sharper images. How to get those crisp clean snaps. Let me tell you, many people think it is all in the kind of camera you have, that really isn't the case in most instances. Which is good, because if that were the case I'd be telling you to go by thousands of dollars worth of equipment and this post would be done.
What to wear, what to wear? I feel like I'm constantly standing in my closet staring blankly and completely overwhelmed with the idea of selecting one outfit. Now take that thought and multiply it by five.
That's how I feel when it comes time for me to get my family dressed for special events. Family portraits fall into that category.
We all love to display our gorgeous family portraits. Since I photograph my family a lot, I am no different. So I decided to put together these tips to help you put together your own gallery wall.
How many pictures do you have of your family squinting or with harsh shadows on their face? I know I have more than I can count. While you need light in order for your camera to capture images, high noon with the sun blazing can actually be too much.
What's the number one thing I hear as a portrait photographer? Just make me look good! LOL. Okay, okay, I get it. In fact, I think I've said that one before, as well. We all want to look good in our portraits, especially when you go to a professional to get them done.
Here's some tips for your next portrait session.
That's why, I put together these 6 tips for you. They are easy, and not overly complicated or full of jargon. I promise. While I'm all for shooting in manual mode and really digging into your camera, that just isn't everyone's reality nor desire. So don't worry, you can have a standard point and shoot and still get the benefit of these tips!