Happy Easter! As this week’s highlights reel is landing in your inbox on Easter Monday, we hope you’re celebrating with loved ones in whichever way is your thing! (Chocolate bunnies anyone??).
If you’re a grad and you’ve been featured in among this stunning collection of portraits, macro, wildlife, and landscapes, congrats! We hope it made your day, as seeing your images makes ours!
If you love this style of newborn photography, this guide has everything you’ll ever need to master it. I’m talking settings, gear, light, posing, angles, you name it.
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The next time you have a cloudless, hot summers day, you might find this kind of light at sunset. Head out an hour so before sunset, find an open area with objects you can silhouette then get ready to capture the magic!
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There’s a few things you should know about shooting in the golden hour, and this tutorial covers it all!
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A Motherhood session highlights the love and connection with between mother and child, and with Mother’s Day approaching, why not grab a photography mate and your kids and head out and shoot a session for one another? Read this tutorial first for posing ideas!
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The backlight light bokeh in this image is sublime. Delicious. Yummy!! I have many more adjectives for this fab shot if you’re interested… but in the meantime… the thing about light bokeh is it can be a subject in its own right as well, which opens up a whole world of options for abstract imagery. And it’s not even hard to do, and you don’t need a special lens, you can take gorgeous bokeh photos with a kit lens.
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If you’re new to macro flower photography check out these 5 easy compositions brought to you by our resident macro flower expert Mel Champion.
Capturing newborns can be tricky, but armed with a few essential tips and tricks you can take your own gorgeous newborn photos.
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Did you know you don’t need a dedicated macro lens to take macro photos? There’s much cheaper gear you can use to dip your toe in and experiement with this fun and endlessly fascinating genre without dropping a bomb on an expensive lens.
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Want real smiles and laughter when taking photos of your kids? Stop asking them to look at the camera and smile! Play with them, engage them, get down to their level emotionally and physically and get silly!