They’re here! I had so much fun with the families that came out for these sessions last year – so we are doing them again! I have secured a fun new outdoor location and I can’t wait to see you all there! Please contact me here or email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your session.
When photographing babies, you may need to “ham it up” to elicit a reaction.
This can include making funny faces, playing hide and seek from behind a piece of cloth, or making goofy clucking noises.
There are so many ways you can coax a smile onto an infant’s lips, this baby was so funny and happy, he even speak a lot of words, do you even know when a baby boy should start talking ? well it was unbelievable for me too.
Get “your better half” to coax that perfect expression, as you set up the shot.
You should work fast to capture the moment so choose a fast shutter speed of 1/500s or more, use a wide aperture (f/1.8-f/4) for a blurred background and shoot!
To take memorable pictures try to capture the baby engaged in an activity, or with family and friends.
Siblings, especially if they are close in age can add extra interest to the photograph – get them playing together, eating or interacting as friends. Keep back and don’t try to force friendliness – let the children do what they do. Take the photos from the background, so as not to disrupt them.