Category Archives: Photography Tips

Newborn Photography FAQ

1.  Why do I need to book in before I even have my baby? I take on a limited number of sessions each month. I have a full-time job apart from my photography business and I am also a wife and mother – life is busy 🙂  The earlier I know that you want a...

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Before and After

I thought it might be fun to show you a few before and after comparisons.  The actual photo shoot is in fact the quickest and easiest part of the entire process for me as a photographer.  My standard sessions generally take about an hour, yet I would spend on average 7-8 hours on each session. ...

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Take better photos – Part 3

Shooting angles – get down low (and in closer) This week the theme for the weekly challenge is ‘Down Low’.  I have very quickly been for a wander around the farm this morning and taken a few snaps to demonstrate how shooting from different angles can totally change your photo – for the better! Start...

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Weekly Photo Challenge

I have done a couple of blog posts on ‘taking better photos’, but the best and most effective way to improve your photography is just to practise, practise, practise.  With digital cameras now, it is easier than ever, as it doesn’t matter if you take 100 shots and only have 2 keepers in there! So...

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Take better photos – Part 2

Composition – limb chops and getting in close! 1.    Limb Chops: A very simple way to make your photos look more professional is to avoid chopping limbs at the wrong place 😉 When photographing kids, it can be especially hard as they tend to move quickly.  You need to remember that if you are trying...

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