I have a big goal: I want you to have GREAT, natural photos of your kids.
Whether those photos are ones that you take, or ones that I take, or maybe a combination of both, I think it’s important that you and your children have the gift of real, natural photos.
We all have that one photo from our childhood that we can bring up in our minds. There is that photo that brings a smile across your face, and you can bring yourself back to that moment it was taken. For me, it’s a photo at Halloween and I’m probably around four years old. My mom dressed me up in a little red devil costume and put makeup on my face. The photo is of me absolutely melting down in tears. I can remember exactly how I felt in that moment: I hated Halloween! “I hate makeup! Why would anyone ever wear this? It feels so gross!”
I look at this photo, and it makes me smile at the little sad girl I was on Halloween. I am so grateful to have this photo, because it is more than just a document of how I looked, but it shows me the real FEELING of that moment.
Take photos of your kids, take photos of the good and the bad.
I want to share with you how to take great photos of your kids!
Here are four tips, for taking Great and Natural photos.
I can’t wait to see the photos you take!