Another lesson early in the week for you, this time, 7 tea party photo tips! I’m excited that this post is a part of my adventures with toddlers series on Me Ra Koh’s blog.
When you have little ones, getting out of the house is a BIG adventure. While I love to capture those adventures, I don’t want to forget about all of the little adventures we had around the house too. So on a rainy afternoon while stuck inside, I decided that a tea party would be the perfect adventure for Milo and Sawyer!
Typically their tea set is downstairs by their play kitchen. However, there isn’t the best lighting by the play kitchen, nor is there a table for them to set up at.
Be Intentional with Your Set Up.
I cleared off their table upstairs that is usually used for crafts and reading. I made sure the table was by a nice window to provide me with ample natural light for our little tea party. Once I was set up, I got my camera settings ready and then called the kids over. By moving the tea set to another location, I not only have set myself up for photo success, I have helped spark their interest in a toy they’ve had for a while.
For the rest of the tips head over to Me Ra’s blog and read 7 Tea Party Photo Tips – Indoor Adventures with Toddlers! And make sure to check out my other adventures with toddlers posts – Five Photo Tips for Capturing Adventures with Toddlers & Five Way to Photograph Toddlers in the Library!
Spots for the May 31st, Growing CONFIDENCE Workshop are filling up quickly! Make sure to sign up before it is too late! This workshop is your last chance before fall 2014. Last chance to learn use your camera so that you can capture your kids and your summer vacations! Last chance at a day away for you before school’s out!