Babies And Pets: Getting A Good Picture Of Sometimes-Tricky Subjects

Posted on: 11 September 2018

Taking photos of your newborns, children, and even pets can be challenging; when the moment seems right, subjects can be contrary or uncooperative. While there are no secrets to capturing a great picture, there are some simple strategies that increase your success. Some tips for getting great pictures of your babies, toddlers, and furry-friends are: Create your props. Create a kid photo backdrop or props first, before trying to get your subjects to pose or cooperate.
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Wedding Pics Were Actually Taken In These 5 Crazy Places

Posted on: 30 July 2018

Everyone wants to create wedding photos that'll be memorable, and choosing a unique location can add some pizzazz to the pics you'll make. Some locations, however, are crazier than others. In these 5 cases, a couple and their wedding photographer decided to go all-in to get amazing shots. Alaskan Ice Cave You know you're dealing with a tough location when it requires multiple kayaks to get the bride, groom, and wedding photographer out to a site.
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Rent A Photo Booth For Your Wedding

Posted on: 28 June 2018

If you are thinking about having a photo booth at your wedding, you should definitely do it. Your guests will appreciate it, and you will enjoy all of the images that you get out of it. But, you want to make sure that you rent a booth that meets certain criteria. This article explains what you should look for if you are going to rent a wedding photo booth for your wedding.
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"Sneak a Peek" at the Married Couple in These Creative Ways

Posted on: 29 May 2018

Few people like the idea of being spied upon, especially when the person watching is holding a camera, but when you're a wedding photographer, your subjects won't likely mind at all. Setting up a wedding photo in which you appear to be sneaking a peek at the newly married couple can create a pleasing effect and result in an image that the couple truly cherishes. Scouting out the wedding environment before the ceremony will allow you to quickly identify areas that you can set up your subjects and then move to a different spot nearby to shoot.
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