I am pretty good at taking pictures of my kids in everyday situations, if you want to see a gorgeous picture of them eating breakfast on a Wednesday (not sure why you would) then you’re in luck, but finding a beautiful picture of my children on a special occasion is another story.
I think it’s because there is so much hectic, you know? Mess and movement and quick-get-a-photo-ness, it’s hard to focus – pun intended.
Even though I have honed my snap-ography skills (do you like that one?) I totally forget to apply them when it comes to special events so for Christmas I put together a list of things to help myself and other parents get the great shots of their kids. It went really well and it got me thinking, why can't it be applied to Easter, right?
You can find the article over at Mumtastic, just click this link 5+ Really Good Tips for Taking Great Pictures of Your Kids
And also, because I tend to write about this sort of thing a lot I created a new photography category for the blog. So check it out if you want to brush up on any skills and leave a comment if you have any questions you would like me to answer about editing, cameras (spoiler - most of the time it's an iphone) and the rest.
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