There's a definite difference between working with those under 5 and those over.
Check out this video which shows you the different ways of working with different age groups...
Taking great portrait pictures just got even easier! IPhones have made photography accessible to a whole new generation of creative people. It's so easy to shoot with your phone, and so much fun when you get instant results!
You can take your pictures and adjust them on your phone within a matter of seconds, or just leave them as they are. I shoot with my iPhone everyday, because it's always with me. And I often add some iPhone shots into my professional shoots too.
I love photographing women! I love to prove that they CAN look great in a photo, provided they are photographed in flattering light, and with good direction. You need to take away all the hard work - and do it for them!
Two more ways to make women look great in photos - check out these short videos and start making your friends look fantastic!
What a refreshing attitude to photography! I'm not that interested in the technology of photography; I want to take a picture that looks right, download it and enjoy it. How do you get the person to relax so that you don't get that posed smile?
I have a sign on my toaster which reads: "I'm not weird, I'm gifted!" given to me by my long-suffering boyfriend!
Creative people are just different! We tend to be up one minute and down the next, and I've learnt that dealing with this behaviour is the key to being successful and happy as a creative person.
Step 3 - Associate yourself with like-minded people
Need some creative input? Want to discuss ideas or be inspired by others? In order to stay creative and upbeat, it helps if you associate yourself with people who think like you.
Finding the right clothes can make all the difference to your pictures, and it's not as difficult as you might think. Check out these tips and videos, and learn how to enhance your pictures by using clothes that work with your backgrounds.
Step 5 - Give yourself a break!
Do you sometimes feel up one day and down the next? Well, the good news is that's normal for most creative people! Once I recognised this and allowed myself to be this way I found life was much easier.
Step 7 - Concentrate on the things you love shooting!
Are you taking certain photos because you think you should, or because someone has told you to do it in a certain way? Are there elements of your photography that you don't really like doing?
Ask those little things about photography that have been niggling you!! I don’t know the meaning of life but I do know a lot about taking pictures so ask away!
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