A Must Have Photo Tips Book: A Book Review & Giveaway!

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Let’s start off the week talking about the must have photo tips book, Your Child in Pictures by Me Ra Koh. This book is a follow up to Your Baby in Pictures, one of my favorite baby shower gifts around!
As a quick fun side story, Me Ra’s first book was actually how I met her! If you recall, just after Milo was born (9 days after he was born to be exact), Milo and I were “models” on the Seattle morning talk show, New Day to help her demonstrate one of the photo recipes found in the book! While I’m not sure what I was thinking going on tv shortly after giving birth, I’m so glad I was able to meet Me Ra!

October 1st (tomorrow!), Your Child in Pictures is available to purchase. I feel so lucky because I received an advanced copy! Since I get to see it first, I thought I’d share my thoughts and opinions on the book. As I’m sure you can guess from the title of this blog post, I think Me Ra has done it again, and created another must have photo tips book for moms. (I even caught Derek reading it!)

Photo Tips Book, Me Ra Koh Book

One of my favorite parts of the book is that she breaks down the book by age range, from 1-2 years, all the way up to 8-10 years. It makes is so easy to flip to the section of the book where your kids are and have great inspiration on how to capture your kids. The images are beautiful and well chosen to represent each stage in a child’s life.

Now, let’s be honest. With Pinterest around we feel like there’s more than enough inspiration to go around. However, have you ever tried to recreate something you found on Pinterest? How many “Pinterest Fails” have you seen?! Me Ra’s book goes way beyond just providing you with inspiration. Each photo recipe is just that, a RECIPE! It tells you when the best time to take the photo is, how to prepare, how to compose, and even what settings to use. If you don’t know how to use your DSLR don’t worry (sign up for my workshop and become a pro!) because the book includes how to use your point and shoot camera as well!

Photo Tips Book, Me Ra Koh Book

An unexpected surprise at the end of the book, are tips for capturing your special needs child. Me Ra helps mom who struggle to capture their special needs child with specific tips to set them up for success. I love how Me Ra doesn’t forget anyone in her book.

To celebrate the release of her new book, I want to give a copy away! To be entered to win your very own copy of Me Ra’s book leave a comment below sharing the story of a favorite photo from YOUR childhood! We need to get at least 15 comments before I will give the book away, so make sure you share this on Facebook! The winner will be selected and announced on Wednesday, October 2nd!

*Neyssa*

P.S. Today is the last day to receive 20% off of my workshop. Make sure you sign up today! It will be a day of finally breaking through the technical for you to use your camera with confidence!

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  1. Oh, I submitted an image for that book but I guess it wasn’t good enough. So that means I need the book to learn more, right? Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  2. Oh, I submitted an image for that book but I guess it wasn’t good enough. So that means I need the book to learn more, right? Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  3. Oh, I submitted an image for that book but I guess it wasn’t good enough. So that means I need the book to learn more, right? Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  4. breannarenee2@hotmail.com says:

    I can’t wait to read her new book! I’m sure it’s full of great inspiration. I have many favorite photos but the one that I’m thinking of right now is one of my sister and me when we went to Disney World for the first time. I was in second grade and she was in kindergarten. We are both in bed completely passed out, faces red from the sun, and we both have our ‘Japan Minnie’s’ from our day at EPCOT. It sums up our trip: tons of fun, exhausting and the start of loving WDW!

  5. breannarenee2@hotmail.com says:

    I can’t wait to read her new book! I’m sure it’s full of great inspiration. I have many favorite photos but the one that I’m thinking of right now is one of my sister and me when we went to Disney World for the first time. I was in second grade and she was in kindergarten. We are both in bed completely passed out, faces red from the sun, and we both have our ‘Japan Minnie’s’ from our day at EPCOT. It sums up our trip: tons of fun, exhausting and the start of loving WDW!

  6. breannarenee2@hotmail.com says:

    I can’t wait to read her new book! I’m sure it’s full of great inspiration. I have many favorite photos but the one that I’m thinking of right now is one of my sister and me when we went to Disney World for the first time. I was in second grade and she was in kindergarten. We are both in bed completely passed out, faces red from the sun, and we both have our ‘Japan Minnie’s’ from our day at EPCOT. It sums up our trip: tons of fun, exhausting and the start of loving WDW!

  7. violetvata@hotmail.com says:

    I recall my mother taking my younger brother and I out in new matching outfits that she had sewn and having us sit “right there by all that nice greenery”, which was unfortunately a patch of nettles that grew by our little stream! Ouch!

  8. violetvata@hotmail.com says:

    I recall my mother taking my younger brother and I out in new matching outfits that she had sewn and having us sit “right there by all that nice greenery”, which was unfortunately a patch of nettles that grew by our little stream! Ouch!

  9. violetvata@hotmail.com says:

    I recall my mother taking my younger brother and I out in new matching outfits that she had sewn and having us sit “right there by all that nice greenery”, which was unfortunately a patch of nettles that grew by our little stream! Ouch!

  10. tscott@regionalhealth.com says:

    thanks for such a great giveaway….one picture i think of is….the good old playing in tje sand pile as a young child…dressed in all boy clothes from my older brothers and a stocking hat so big that it covered my eyes…the days

  11. tscott@regionalhealth.com says:

    thanks for such a great giveaway….one picture i think of is….the good old playing in tje sand pile as a young child…dressed in all boy clothes from my older brothers and a stocking hat so big that it covered my eyes…the days

  12. tscott@regionalhealth.com says:

    thanks for such a great giveaway….one picture i think of is….the good old playing in tje sand pile as a young child…dressed in all boy clothes from my older brothers and a stocking hat so big that it covered my eyes…the days

  13. lskierstead@gmail.com says:

    My favorite photo is of my sister and I sitting on our front step, waiting for my grandparents to come on the 4th of July. The American flag is waving on the background. I love how young we look, how tan we were and the excitement and anticipation of the day!

  14. lskierstead@gmail.com says:

    My favorite photo is of my sister and I sitting on our front step, waiting for my grandparents to come on the 4th of July. The American flag is waving on the background. I love how young we look, how tan we were and the excitement and anticipation of the day!

  15. lskierstead@gmail.com says:

    My favorite photo is of my sister and I sitting on our front step, waiting for my grandparents to come on the 4th of July. The American flag is waving on the background. I love how young we look, how tan we were and the excitement and anticipation of the day!

  16. spring_megan@yahoo.com says:

    Thank you for the give away. One of my best friends gave me the first book as a baby present and I would love this newest book as well!

  17. spring_megan@yahoo.com says:

    Thank you for the give away. One of my best friends gave me the first book as a baby present and I would love this newest book as well!

  18. spring_megan@yahoo.com says:

    Thank you for the give away. One of my best friends gave me the first book as a baby present and I would love this newest book as well!

  19. A picture of me about 6 months old taking a bath in my great grandmother’s sink. My mom was horrible with pictures so it is one that always sticks with me.

  20. A picture of me about 6 months old taking a bath in my great grandmother’s sink. My mom was horrible with pictures so it is one that always sticks with me.

  21. A picture of me about 6 months old taking a bath in my great grandmother’s sink. My mom was horrible with pictures so it is one that always sticks with me.

  22. wawatsons@comcast.net says:

    I loved her first book and I’m looking forward to this one too! One of my favorite photos is of all my brothers and sisters (there are six of us) hanging off an old, all wooden playset. We’re all doing something different. I love how it captures the fun in the midst of chaos as a young, blended family. Another favorite is all of us standing on a fort (a very dangerous looking one) and I have my hand above my eyes, blocking the sun… only I look like a ragamuffin pirate. Thanks for reminding me to remember!

  23. wawatsons@comcast.net says:

    I loved her first book and I’m looking forward to this one too! One of my favorite photos is of all my brothers and sisters (there are six of us) hanging off an old, all wooden playset. We’re all doing something different. I love how it captures the fun in the midst of chaos as a young, blended family. Another favorite is all of us standing on a fort (a very dangerous looking one) and I have my hand above my eyes, blocking the sun… only I look like a ragamuffin pirate. Thanks for reminding me to remember!

  24. wawatsons@comcast.net says:

    I loved her first book and I’m looking forward to this one too! One of my favorite photos is of all my brothers and sisters (there are six of us) hanging off an old, all wooden playset. We’re all doing something different. I love how it captures the fun in the midst of chaos as a young, blended family. Another favorite is all of us standing on a fort (a very dangerous looking one) and I have my hand above my eyes, blocking the sun… only I look like a ragamuffin pirate. Thanks for reminding me to remember!

  25. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    What an unbelievable gift this book would be to any family with kids! I love that you don’t have to be a professional photographer to truly capture the essence of your kids as they grow! Step by step, I think I can do that! And the fun part — great photos, like this amazing book, are the gifts that keeps on giving! 🙂

  26. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    What an unbelievable gift this book would be to any family with kids! I love that you don’t have to be a professional photographer to truly capture the essence of your kids as they grow! Step by step, I think I can do that! And the fun part — great photos, like this amazing book, are the gifts that keeps on giving! 🙂

  27. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    What an unbelievable gift this book would be to any family with kids! I love that you don’t have to be a professional photographer to truly capture the essence of your kids as they grow! Step by step, I think I can do that! And the fun part — great photos, like this amazing book, are the gifts that keeps on giving! 🙂

  28. One of my favorite pictures of me in my bathrobe with a head full of those pink foam curlers. I looked like a little throw back housewife. My mom used to put them in my hair at night and tell me they were little pink pillows. Those “pillows” used to poke my scalp but I had big bouncing curls in the morning!

  29. One of my favorite pictures of me in my bathrobe with a head full of those pink foam curlers. I looked like a little throw back housewife. My mom used to put them in my hair at night and tell me they were little pink pillows. Those “pillows” used to poke my scalp but I had big bouncing curls in the morning!

  30. One of my favorite pictures of me in my bathrobe with a head full of those pink foam curlers. I looked like a little throw back housewife. My mom used to put them in my hair at night and tell me they were little pink pillows. Those “pillows” used to poke my scalp but I had big bouncing curls in the morning!

  31. elaineheintz@gmail.com says:

    Oh I would love a copy of this book!! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  32. elaineheintz@gmail.com says:

    Oh I would love a copy of this book!! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  33. elaineheintz@gmail.com says:

    Oh I would love a copy of this book!! Thanks for the review and giveaway!

  34. noellesoroka@gmail.com says:

    would love to get my hands on this book! loved mera’s first read…it was so helpful to me in documenting my son’s first year!

  35. noellesoroka@gmail.com says:

    would love to get my hands on this book! loved mera’s first read…it was so helpful to me in documenting my son’s first year!

  36. noellesoroka@gmail.com says:

    would love to get my hands on this book! loved mera’s first read…it was so helpful to me in documenting my son’s first year!

  37. whipplelisa@gmail.com says:

    I love Me Ra! My favorite photo from my childhood has to be when I was sitting on the back of my mom’s bike in an bike seat (1970s style) in a full snowsuit that looked like it had been passed down from Jan Brady – and an ear to ear grin. I must have been around 2 or 3 and it is very obvious to me looking at it now that I must have loved the anticipation of going for a bike!

  38. whipplelisa@gmail.com says:

    I love Me Ra! My favorite photo from my childhood has to be when I was sitting on the back of my mom’s bike in an bike seat (1970s style) in a full snowsuit that looked like it had been passed down from Jan Brady – and an ear to ear grin. I must have been around 2 or 3 and it is very obvious to me looking at it now that I must have loved the anticipation of going for a bike!

  39. whipplelisa@gmail.com says:

    I love Me Ra! My favorite photo from my childhood has to be when I was sitting on the back of my mom’s bike in an bike seat (1970s style) in a full snowsuit that looked like it had been passed down from Jan Brady – and an ear to ear grin. I must have been around 2 or 3 and it is very obvious to me looking at it now that I must have loved the anticipation of going for a bike!

  40. erinmichell@gmail.com says:

    My mom took a picture of me “hiding” behind the curtains with the bowl of Halloween candy with my feet sticking out.

  41. erinmichell@gmail.com says:

    My mom took a picture of me “hiding” behind the curtains with the bowl of Halloween candy with my feet sticking out.

  42. erinmichell@gmail.com says:

    My mom took a picture of me “hiding” behind the curtains with the bowl of Halloween candy with my feet sticking out.

  43. gesg20@gmail.com says:

    what a fun giveaway. I love MeRa’s recipes. my favorite childhood images are from age 5 or so posing on the beach in my 1970s bikini. I was totally hamming it up as the waves splashed the rocks around me.

  44. gesg20@gmail.com says:

    what a fun giveaway. I love MeRa’s recipes. my favorite childhood images are from age 5 or so posing on the beach in my 1970s bikini. I was totally hamming it up as the waves splashed the rocks around me.

  45. gesg20@gmail.com says:

    what a fun giveaway. I love MeRa’s recipes. my favorite childhood images are from age 5 or so posing on the beach in my 1970s bikini. I was totally hamming it up as the waves splashed the rocks around me.

  46. When I think of my childhood, it is easy to choose my favorite memory. I was in sixth grade. Every year, for as long as I could remember, Santa Claus paid our family an extra special visit a few days before Christmas.
    We would eagerly await the jingle-jangle of his bells lightly rapping on the door. He came dressed in a velvety suit of red and always carried a over-sized, plush velvet bag. This particular year, it was empty; or at least it appeared to be.

    He asked my little sister, the youngest of us, to check the bag. She reached in the bag, which was much bigger than she was, and pulled out the fluffiest little black and white puppy. Our lives were never the same.

    The memory is documented with a photo of my sisters and brother, and I standing next to Santa, holding our little ball of fur.

    It is a memory I do not need a picture to remember, but am grateful there is one there to look back on.

  47. When I think of my childhood, it is easy to choose my favorite memory. I was in sixth grade. Every year, for as long as I could remember, Santa Claus paid our family an extra special visit a few days before Christmas.
    We would eagerly await the jingle-jangle of his bells lightly rapping on the door. He came dressed in a velvety suit of red and always carried a over-sized, plush velvet bag. This particular year, it was empty; or at least it appeared to be.

    He asked my little sister, the youngest of us, to check the bag. She reached in the bag, which was much bigger than she was, and pulled out the fluffiest little black and white puppy. Our lives were never the same.

    The memory is documented with a photo of my sisters and brother, and I standing next to Santa, holding our little ball of fur.

    It is a memory I do not need a picture to remember, but am grateful there is one there to look back on.

  48. When I think of my childhood, it is easy to choose my favorite memory. I was in sixth grade. Every year, for as long as I could remember, Santa Claus paid our family an extra special visit a few days before Christmas.
    We would eagerly await the jingle-jangle of his bells lightly rapping on the door. He came dressed in a velvety suit of red and always carried a over-sized, plush velvet bag. This particular year, it was empty; or at least it appeared to be.

    He asked my little sister, the youngest of us, to check the bag. She reached in the bag, which was much bigger than she was, and pulled out the fluffiest little black and white puppy. Our lives were never the same.

    The memory is documented with a photo of my sisters and brother, and I standing next to Santa, holding our little ball of fur.

    It is a memory I do not need a picture to remember, but am grateful there is one there to look back on.

  49. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    Oh goodness! In my great excitement to comment I totally forgot to mention my fav pic growing up! My dad took a photo of me when I was 1 1/2 yrs old, sitting inside the dryer holding my blankie and sucking my thumb. He actually won an award at work for his picture! 🙂

  50. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    Oh goodness! In my great excitement to comment I totally forgot to mention my fav pic growing up! My dad took a photo of me when I was 1 1/2 yrs old, sitting inside the dryer holding my blankie and sucking my thumb. He actually won an award at work for his picture! 🙂

  51. julieannemadson@comcast.net says:

    Oh goodness! In my great excitement to comment I totally forgot to mention my fav pic growing up! My dad took a photo of me when I was 1 1/2 yrs old, sitting inside the dryer holding my blankie and sucking my thumb. He actually won an award at work for his picture! 🙂

  52. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, what an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I had my camera out the whole day. Anytime someone got close to the window I was clearing space around them, getting close up and snapping away!! I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me; your philosophies are inspiring 🙂

  53. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, what an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I had my camera out the whole day. Anytime someone got close to the window I was clearing space around them, getting close up and snapping away!! I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me; your philosophies are inspiring 🙂

  54. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, what an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I had my camera out the whole day. Anytime someone got close to the window I was clearing space around them, getting close up and snapping away!! I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me; your philosophies are inspiring 🙂

  55. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, What an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I was so inspired I starting shooting photos last night. Today, anytime someone got near a window I was clearing space around them, getting close to capture a few pictures. I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me. Your philosophies are inspiring and have changed the way I take a picture, and what I take a picture of. Thank you Neyssa!

  56. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, What an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I was so inspired I starting shooting photos last night. Today, anytime someone got near a window I was clearing space around them, getting close to capture a few pictures. I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me. Your philosophies are inspiring and have changed the way I take a picture, and what I take a picture of. Thank you Neyssa!

  57. meganrussell1@hotmail.com says:

    Neyssa, What an honor it was to meet you! Thank you for sharing yourself, your insights and this incredible book with me. I was so inspired I starting shooting photos last night. Today, anytime someone got near a window I was clearing space around them, getting close to capture a few pictures. I got one I would like to share with you. Thank you again for teaching me. Your philosophies are inspiring and have changed the way I take a picture, and what I take a picture of. Thank you Neyssa!

  58. khyatt16@comcast.net says:

    How awesome! I have to say my most favorite picture is when my uncle’s came and picked me up for a dinner date when I was about 6. They gave me my first corsage. The pic is of me arm and arm with them both anf all with big grins!

  59. khyatt16@comcast.net says:

    How awesome! I have to say my most favorite picture is when my uncle’s came and picked me up for a dinner date when I was about 6. They gave me my first corsage. The pic is of me arm and arm with them both anf all with big grins!

  60. khyatt16@comcast.net says:

    How awesome! I have to say my most favorite picture is when my uncle’s came and picked me up for a dinner date when I was about 6. They gave me my first corsage. The pic is of me arm and arm with them both anf all with big grins!

  61. i have been waiting for this one to come out! i’ve given a copy of the first one at just about every baby shower i’ve been too and can’t wait to read the second!

  62. i have been waiting for this one to come out! i’ve given a copy of the first one at just about every baby shower i’ve been too and can’t wait to read the second!

  63. i have been waiting for this one to come out! i’ve given a copy of the first one at just about every baby shower i’ve been too and can’t wait to read the second!

  64. kimber.davis05@gmail.com says:

    love it. I could absolutely use some tips to capture my girls as they get older.

  65. kimber.davis05@gmail.com says:

    love it. I could absolutely use some tips to capture my girls as they get older.

  66. kimber.davis05@gmail.com says:

    love it. I could absolutely use some tips to capture my girls as they get older.

  67. clydbell@gmail.com says:

    MeRa rocks! Her first book was an inspiration. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

  68. clydbell@gmail.com says:

    MeRa rocks! Her first book was an inspiration. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

  69. clydbell@gmail.com says:

    MeRa rocks! Her first book was an inspiration. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway!

  70. susang@iptumsurgical.com says:

    I remember a picture from when I was like 5 years old. My brother and I were wearing our superhero underwear with pride. He was Superman and I was Wonder Woman posing in front of our fireplace. To this day she is my alter ego and I even have a full size cardboard cutout of her in my office. The underwear…I’ll never tell.

  71. susang@iptumsurgical.com says:

    I remember a picture from when I was like 5 years old. My brother and I were wearing our superhero underwear with pride. He was Superman and I was Wonder Woman posing in front of our fireplace. To this day she is my alter ego and I even have a full size cardboard cutout of her in my office. The underwear…I’ll never tell.

  72. susang@iptumsurgical.com says:

    I remember a picture from when I was like 5 years old. My brother and I were wearing our superhero underwear with pride. He was Superman and I was Wonder Woman posing in front of our fireplace. To this day she is my alter ego and I even have a full size cardboard cutout of her in my office. The underwear…I’ll never tell.

  73. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    I will definitely be looking for this book. Thanks Neyssa!My favorite childhood photo memory is my aunt and Godmother. She took a number of photography classes and enjoyed using me (and my younger sister) as her subjects. I have an entire photo album she created of me and gifted on my 16th birthday. I’m pretty certain she took every image. I have told my husband since we were married that if there was a fire in our house that was the one thing I would make every effort to save. She even included images of her and my mother at various ages and a couple of my Grandmother. I have a favorite image of me in that album… I climbed onto my grandmother’s kitchen table to smell the flower centerpiece, but it looks like I’m about to take a bite of it. Perfectly captured moment! The album achieved a new level of special after she passed a few years ago.

  74. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    I will definitely be looking for this book. Thanks Neyssa!My favorite childhood photo memory is my aunt and Godmother. She took a number of photography classes and enjoyed using me (and my younger sister) as her subjects. I have an entire photo album she created of me and gifted on my 16th birthday. I’m pretty certain she took every image. I have told my husband since we were married that if there was a fire in our house that was the one thing I would make every effort to save. She even included images of her and my mother at various ages and a couple of my Grandmother. I have a favorite image of me in that album… I climbed onto my grandmother’s kitchen table to smell the flower centerpiece, but it looks like I’m about to take a bite of it. Perfectly captured moment! The album achieved a new level of special after she passed a few years ago.

  75. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    I will definitely be looking for this book. Thanks Neyssa!My favorite childhood photo memory is my aunt and Godmother. She took a number of photography classes and enjoyed using me (and my younger sister) as her subjects. I have an entire photo album she created of me and gifted on my 16th birthday. I’m pretty certain she took every image. I have told my husband since we were married that if there was a fire in our house that was the one thing I would make every effort to save. She even included images of her and my mother at various ages and a couple of my Grandmother. I have a favorite image of me in that album… I climbed onto my grandmother’s kitchen table to smell the flower centerpiece, but it looks like I’m about to take a bite of it. Perfectly captured moment! The album achieved a new level of special after she passed a few years ago.

  76. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    Thank you Neyssa. You inspired me to get a cup of tea, that photo album, and take some time to look through all the photos again – it had been a while with the hustle of two little boys. Life is good. and i realized my boys not only got their eyes from Mom, but their hair too, and C has my smile. Thank you, you warmed my day. Oh and that photo of me and the flower centerpiece has my grandmother smelling the flowers too – even better 🙂

  77. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    Thank you Neyssa. You inspired me to get a cup of tea, that photo album, and take some time to look through all the photos again – it had been a while with the hustle of two little boys. Life is good. and i realized my boys not only got their eyes from Mom, but their hair too, and C has my smile. Thank you, you warmed my day. Oh and that photo of me and the flower centerpiece has my grandmother smelling the flowers too – even better 🙂

  78. arsikorski@hotmail.com says:

    Thank you Neyssa. You inspired me to get a cup of tea, that photo album, and take some time to look through all the photos again – it had been a while with the hustle of two little boys. Life is good. and i realized my boys not only got their eyes from Mom, but their hair too, and C has my smile. Thank you, you warmed my day. Oh and that photo of me and the flower centerpiece has my grandmother smelling the flowers too – even better 🙂

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