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Making the Most of Low Lightin Lifestyle Photography A lack of good natural light is something that occupies the minds of photographers with more regularity than we care to admit (except to other photographers!). And that truth is felt most keenly with indoor lifestyle photography. Why? Because we can’t control the location and therefore, the […]

Lifestyle Photography Tips for a Dark House

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Embracing Photo Challenges for Creative Growth At Click Love Grow we are always encouraging our students and grads to keep learning… and the best thing about our courses is that the fun doesn’t end when you graduate. It’s important to keep practicing what you know and to keep using your skills… but it’s also important […]

How I Became a Better Photographer

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How to Capture Kids at Play! Capturing our kids can be challenging for a variety of reasons, the most common being they simply get sick of our camera in their faces! But what if they’re just busy kids? I’m not just talking about kids who don’t stop moving… …for many of us, the older our […]

Kids Photography – Capturing Kids at Play

Demystifying Lifestyle, Documentary &Portrait Photography I love photographing faces, and I’ve been doing it for more than a decade. When I started out, all my photos were traditional portraits. As my skills improved and I had some experience behind me, I posed my subjects less and less. I became confident in my abilities to produce […]

Lifestyle vs Documentary vs Portrait Photography – What’s the Difference?

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Indoor Photography Tips When It’s Too Cold to Play Outdoors As a lover of taking photos of kids, I know how frustrating it is to be stuck indoors because it’s SO cold outside, and SO dark inside, making natural light indoor photography super challenging! Sure we can rug everyone up and brave the cold… but […]

Indoor Photography Tips When It’s Too Cold to Play Outdoors

A Step-by-Step Guide For Shooting A Lifestyle Newborn Photography Session The biggest appeal of lifestyle photography lies in capturing the beauty and authenticity of real life. It’s a style we see a lot among our Click Love Grow graduates.  That’s why, when we decided to write a guide on how to shoot a lifestyle newborn […]

Lifestyle Newborn Photography Guide

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Lifestyle photography is a style that aims to capture organic moments as they unfold, without posing.  However when a family has many children, unless you’re photographing them all in a confined space, it can be like herding cats! Sarah Croker learned her craft through our Enthusiast Photography Course and our Advanced Photography Course. She’s since […]

The Ultimate Lifestyle Photography Guide for Large Families

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Documentary Photography – Capture Childhood Authentically The struggle is real… when we’re learning photography and trying to capture our kids while refining our skills,  we can end up with very un-interested kids… ‘does mum have the camera out again?’ But there is a way around it… and today’s post will show you how! I love […]

Kids Photography – Documentary Style

Merissa Wakefield has perfected the art of lifestyle photography. She had to… her daughter is 2 years old. If you have a toddler now, ever had a toddler, or even spent 3 seconds with any toddler… you’ll already know they’re not exactly conducive to posed portraiture! Our entire Click Love Grow graduates community are in […]

Lifestyle Photography Secrets

Lifestyle Newborn Session… A Collection of Moments This featured session is from brand new Advanced grad Kailey Nagymarosi. Along with shooting and building a portfolio, Kailey is a mama, wife, and youth counsellor based in the Durham Region of Ontario, Canada. At the time of posting, Kailey was still working on her website. But you […]

Lifestyle Newborn Session – A Collection of Moments

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