No Christmas photo gifts for Granny yet? No problem. Light some candles, roll out some Christmas lights, and make an atmosphere of creativity for yourself and your children. Delight the grandparents, while having lots of Christmas fun with your kids too.
The still life genre has one large advantage over the rest—you can even do it at home. You don’t need a studio or expensive equipment to get great pictures. Ordinary home equipment and a little creativity are enough. Not convinced? Then check out our 7 tips on how to photograph still lifes.
Pictures reminiscent of the works of old masters, or minimalist pictures with a lighter conception. Still lifes can be either of these. Both approaches share something in common—the basic rules you have to follow to get the best photos. So take a look at these 6 tips on photographing still lifes.
Backlighting doesn’t have to mean ruined pictures with dark faces. And in fact, it can be good to take advantage of it when you’re photographing children. It can help you create magical silhouettes, make hair shine, and more.
Many photographers see vacations not only as a time of relaxation and shared activities with their families, but also as a chance to capture their loved ones in pictures. Take a look at how best to interconnect your hobby and time spent with your family.
Most of us connect photos of children with vibrant and cheery colors. But leaving the colors in a picture isn’t always the best approach. Learn these simple guidelines for photographing children, and your pictures will look cleaner and more professional.
Most people go for freeze-frame when they’re photographing children. But sometimes it’s nice to mix things up. And to work with blurring, which can make pictures feel more dynamic. The trick is simple—a longer exposure. This also lets you use even cloudy, low-light days to your advantage.
Snow and frost aren’t very welcome partners for photography. But they can still add an interesting atmosphere to your photos. Don’t let yourself be turned away by all the discomfort. Head out and find winter moments that highlight kids. Winter photos of children can bring you some interesting pictures.
You want to photograph your child, and he’s not cooperating. This is a frequent problem for parents, and a nightmare for professionals who photograph children. Thankfully there are reliable ways to keep kids distracted. Take a look at how to make photographing children stress-free for everyone involved.