Another event this weekend that I'm looking forward to is my granddaughter's first birthday!
She dug right in with no coaxing whatsoever. She was so tidy and neat about it, she barely moved as she concentrated on eating it. We were laughing so hard that I almost couldn't get any photos!
We finally had to stand her up to get some different poses. She's my little princess!
Anyway, I'm back to doing Friday Photog Finds and wanted the theme to be about children's photography.
Are you a children's photographer? I don't consider myself one, but I usually end up shooting children now and then and of course, I take my kid's photos. I know how it can be challenging taking photos of children.
My Friday Picks:
This 90-minute DVD is simply one of the best investments you could make if children’s portraiture interests you.
Her book “The Art of Children’s Portrait Photography” is highly-rated as well and a great companion to this instructional DVD.
The DVD covers:
The basics of setting up the studio
Watch as Tamara demonstrates positive interactions with her clients and subjects.this is an important talent to have if you are going to be a photographer. I love behind-the-scenes approach and if you do too, you will learn alot from her!
Sandy Puc is doing a 41 city tour on different ideas to use for studios, marketing, and prop ideas.
There's a workshop near me and I like the price- $69. I'm thinking about trying it out since I do newborn sessions.
Have you heard of these?
They are awesome!
These are design by an even more awesome lady, Leora.
They were made to hold little one's attention while taking their photo. I think they are simply adorable.
I have a surprise for you on Monday that just might involve these cute little Shutter Buddies, so please stop by and check it out!