I always feel rushed when photographing people! What am I doing wrong? At weddings there's always a time pressure but even on a family portrait shoot I'm very conscious of not keeping people too long and letting the children get bored!
Kathryn W, Yorkshire UK
Do you have any tips to help me to get great shots of my friend's little girl and her grandparents at the beach? I am not very confident but love taking photos.
Karen Kindt, Brisbane Australia
You always seem to use your trusty 70-200mm f2.8 lens, and I love mine too, but people on forums keep saying that I should use primes because "that is what the pro's use".
J.M. Jersey, Channel Islands
Q. How to do you deal with children that pull a face in the studio?
Q. Why do some of my photos look like there is a tiny white layer between the subject and camera?
How do I photograph family shots with a tiny baby, under 4 months old & unable to support it's own head?
Wendy Sykes, York UK
Arranging a family group shot is a matter of thinking about shapes and building them up one by one. Just follow these simple steps!
Most people can take a great candid shot of a child, but how do you get the perfect close up shot of their faces that their parents always want?
You don't have to go further than your doorstep to find soft, flattering light - it works every time!
There are lots of opportunities for great photos of children in the cold winter weather, and with a little preparation, you can make sure your photos are more than just "snap shots".
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.
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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