Category Archives: Photography Tips

My simple tip to take better Halloween photos of your children

I don’t know about you, but I do love Halloween. It’s a shame it wasn’t such a big thing when I was growing up as I would have found trick or treating the most exciting thing ever! I’m pleased this celebration seems to be growing in popularity over here in the UK and now on 31st October families around the …

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How to create a gallery wall of your photos

If you’ve read my blog before, I’m sure you already know how passionate I am about getting your photos off your computer and out in your home so you can enjoy them every day. (See this blog post I wrote about creating digital family albums.) I love looking at interior and photo presentation ideas on Pinterest (here I am on …

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My top 5 tips for taking more than just snaps this Christmas

With everything else that’s going on during the holidays, it’s easy to not give much thought to taking photos, to grab your camera at the last minute and start snapping away. Then you look back at your photos afterwards and realise that they didn’t really capture the moment at all.  All you’ve ended up with just boring snapshots of your …

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Autumn is here!

Yay, the leaves on the trees are changing colour which means that autumn is here. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE summer, but when it comes to shooting autumn is by far my favourite season. Just look at these order liquid amoxicillin online lovely colours. Read the 4 reasons why I love photographing children in the autumn. I hope it …

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My quick tip for taking photos of your children playing in the garden

I hope you’re enjoying the summer (or lack of it here in the UK!) I was told today that I was the ‘best mummy in the world’ because I put up a pirate camp in the garden, dug out the pirate costumes and let my boys run around fighting each other while I took photos. Sometimes it really it the …

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Taking photos of your children during the golden hour

When I posted this photo of my eldest and our dog on Facebook I received lots of questions about when it was taken and how. So I thought I would write a blog post for you about photographing in the golden hour. If you’re interested in photography (or have taken one of my photography courses!) then you probably already know …

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Are you photos out of control? My 6 tips to take control of them

Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of family photos you have sitting on your hard drive, unorganised and unloved? Do you worry that one day you’ll lose them all and your children will have no photos of their childhood? Do you love the thought of having family albums but don’t know where to start? In the digital world that …

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My tips for taking photos of your children in the bluebells

Have you seen any displays of bluebells yet? It can be tricky to take photos of your kids in bluebells, but check out my 5 tips for taking where can i buy amoxicillin antibiotics online photos of your children in bluebells which should help you out!

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How a few steps can make a huge difference

Have you ever wanted to capture something special that your child is doing, grabbed your camera/iPhone and then been really disappointed with the results? Yes? Well don’t worry, it happens to the best of us! Let me show you an example… Last summer my boys loved scootering back from their swimming lessons in their pyjamas. Let’s face it, if you’re …

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Getting natural smiles in your family photos

You’ve probably seen lots of my ‘before and after’ student photos, but here is a bit of a different one. These two photos were obviously both taken at the same time, but look at the difference in the expressions… How many of your family photos look more like the one on the left where the expressions are somewhat lacklustre?! The …

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