School portraits grace the yearbooks and the walls of many family homes. But working as a school portrait photographer feels like running a marathon. You might want to offer yearbook photos for your seniors. Or you might want to photograph entire schools. Here are ten school picture tips for photographers about tackling school portrait photography. […]
There’s nothing I love more than grabbing a camera and setting off on the weekend to find a new place to photograph. But what happens if you’re confined to the house for an extended period and can’t get out? Fear not, there are still hundreds of things you can photograph in your home.
It’s no secret that your smallest wedding guests often do unpredictable (not to mention adorable!) things, so you’ll want to capture their sweet ceremony and reception antics. We’re sure you’ll be happy to share the spotlight at least for a moment with spunky flower girl or shy ring bearer.
The term ‘poses’ in kid poses is used loosely. Posing a toddler or young child doesn’t fall under the traditional definition of directing adults where to sit and where to place their hands. It’s more about creating a scenario where the youngster will smile naturally and stay in a position that’s a bit more photo-friendly.
The best toddler photography and children photography comes from working with that child’s unique antics. Embrace the fact that the resulting photos probably won’t look exactly like the ones in your head.
No photographer wants to photograph a bridezilla. No bride wants to be a bridezilla. You can surpass a bride’s expectations of you as a photographer by understanding her situation and being the most flexible, helpful, encouraging person on her wedding day.
Indian weddings are colorful, joyful, and rich in traditions. But they can also be very complicated to photograph, especially if you’re not familiar with Indian culture.
Here’s how you can take your Indian wedding photography to the next level without getting stressed.