It is beyond excited when I have photo tip success! When people are trying out the tips and then show me how they love the tip! Last week’s tip – Photograph Your Kids off the Grass – was a photo tip success! People sent emails, and left comments about how practical this tip was. I’m so glad! Even more exciting was that Laurie (a Growing CONFIDENCE Workshop graduate) shared this photo with me on our graduate Facebook page. (If you take my workshops, you’ll get to go behind the scenes and be invited to the private Facebook page where we share images and tips amongst other graduates!)
Here’s what Laurie had to say about her last week’s lesson:
When we had our Easter gathering with my parents’ yesterday, I worked to take photos ON the concrete with the grass in the BACKGROUND. What a great, practical blog post that we could put into practice! I love how this photo turned out (and my cute nephew doesn’t hurt either)!
Isn’t this photo so precious! Look at that smile she captures, and blurry buttery background! And no green skin! I love how she used the grass in the background to help with the spring feel, while using the concrete to help reflect neutral light back up onto his face! Beautiful photo, Laurie!
Are there locations that you struggle to photograph your kids? Post a comment on my Facebook page, and I will pack up the kids and focus a photo lesson on your suggestion!
P.S. Don’t forget to sign up for my Growing CONFIDENCE Workshop, the perfect Mother’s Day gift!