(or e-mail me). Perhaps I could do a post on a subject you're curious about.
Switch things up by changing your perspective!
1. When you’re taking photos of children, try getting down on their eye level.
It makes for a more interesting photo.
2. Get Low or High: We call it a “bird’s eye” or a “worm’s eye” view. Move your body!
Try looking up at your subject, or down on them.
3. Try taking a photo of the side or the back of your child (whether that’s posed, or while they’re busy with something)
I hope you'll have some fun playing with your perspective when you're taking photos of your kids this week!
Share the photos you're taking with the tips in this series on Instagram, using the hashtag #RaisingMemories
Other Posts in the Series:
Tip #1: Using Your Flash
Tip #2: Natural Light
Tip #3: Be Aware of your Background
Tip #4: Perspective
Tip #5: Focus & Zoom
Tip #6: Rule of Thirds
Tip #7: No Cheese!
Each Friday I'll share another photography tip. If you have any photography-related questions that you'd like to see me answer, feel free to leave them in the comments- perhaps I could do a future post on a subject you're curious about.