I took pictures of our house, so it could get listed for sale and I am quite happy with how they turned out. I am going to miss this magical place!
My twin sister is engaged. We celebrated by doing a photoshoot for the two lovebirds in Duluth, while they were visiting us this late summer. Berlin meets Duluth. Enjoy!
My baby sister graduated high school, you guys!!! How is she that old already?
I took senior pics of her to celebrate this milestone in her life.
Aren't senior photo shoots just the best?
1. Opt Outside
Apart from the fact that natural lighting is best for taking high quality images (unless you use photography lights indoors), nature creates a nice back drop for images. Try to find spots with lots of surrounding greenery and you are good to go.
2. Go to A Spot That They Love
If they are comfortable in the environment they are in, they will more likely want to cooperate. After all, you want to capture them when they are happy and smiling rather than when they are grumpy. For example, playgrounds are a good place for photoshoots with your kiddos.
3. Catch them in their element
Don't force them to pose. They won't enjoy that and it doesn't really represent who they are anyway. They are kids, let them be little. As a result, you will capture many real moments of their childhood - what a treasure!
Do you have any more tips for us? Let us know in the comments below!
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