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Capturing your kids: light

Let’s talk about a key factor in photography: light. If you’re just joining in, catch up by reading through the previous posts in our series here: Introduction The Basics Documenting Crop Ratio Mobile Photography Some thoughts on light Natural light Natural light is found in the sun; it is not produced by lights. This can (read more…)

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Capturing your kids: mobile photography

Today I am excited to talk about one of my favorite ways to capture my kids: with my phone. Already we’ve discussed the following topics: Introduction The Basics Documenting Crop Ratio It’s true, mobile photography has taken the world by storm. Not only are the cameras within these phones getting better, the apps in which (read more…)

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Capturing your kids: crop ratio

Hello! I am thrilled to be back talking more photography with you. So far we’ve covered: Introduction The Basics Documenting It’s now time to cover an often misunderstood portion of photo-taking: crop ratio. It hit me when I had my first son, and I hurried to Costco to print some pictures. I couldn’t figure out (read more…)

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Capturing your kids: documenting

I am so happy to be here sharing the second installment in our Capturing your Kids series here on Simple Mom. If you’re just joining in you may catch up here: Introduction The Basics Today I want to bring to you a very important aspect of photographing your children: documenting. Chances are you’re doing it (read more…)

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Capturing your kids: the basics

Welcome to the first official post in our photography series, Capturing Your Kids. (We introduced the series last month, you may find that post here.) Today I’d like to start out with the basics of shooting in manual mode: aperture, ISO, and shutter speed. The trifecta. Keep in mind this subject can be extensive, and (read more…)

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