4 tips for taking pictures of great babies - even if you don't photographer

4 tips for taking pictures of great babies - even if you don't photographer

When my daughter Layla was born, I had trouble putting the camera. And it turns out I'm not the only one. The cashier at The Photo Developing Shop told me that new parents consisted of most of their business.

We can't hold it back! Babies are so beautiful creatures that you want to catch every new movement and every short smile coming. (Even if the smile is attached to the smell gas bubble!)

But the problem that many parents have is that the lack of good photography skills can be translated into images that are too dark, too bright, opaque, no focus, it doesn't make sense, and so on. Maybe this describes you.

If so, don't sweat. These problems are easily repaired. A full album accident can be quickly transformed by following these 4 tips ...

1) When taking pictures of the baby lying on their backs, hold directly over them and shoot straight down.

I used to take a solid baby blanket and put it on the floor in a bright and filled room. When I was ready to take a picture I would put Layla in the blanket, and adjust it around it, make sure not to put it directly into the sun. Then I knelt right on it, point straight down and somersault. This technique will allow you to focus the camera correctly and you will get some great close-up shots. Natural sunlight will often give you enough light so that your image is not too dark or too bright.

2) Catch various emotions.

Babies who smile are funny. But as well as crying babies and frowning babies and messy babies and baby sleep. Be sure to take pictures of your little one in all the phases of life filled with emotions. You will be amazed by how beautiful they are in non-traditional situations take the situation.

3) Create a shower time time image.

Even though there are some babies who don't like water, like it most. They often become very expressive in the bathtub - laugh, cooing, and spark. So bathing time is often a great opportunity to catch a few valuable shots from your little one.

I personally use a bathtub to document how Layla has changed for 2+ years. Every month I take some close-up photos in the bathtub. Then I took the best and put it in a special section on the photo album. It's amazing to see how his face changes so dramatically with every new picture.

4) If you use a disposable camera, choose a good one.

I bought 3 cameras using cheap dirt before I had Layla. When we took it home, this was what we used for the first week of taking photos. Boy I was disappointed! Images developed terrible. And as a new mother with hormones is still raging, you know how sad this makes me. Pleasant little moments it will never be turned on again.

I learned a good lesson. You get what you pay.

Now the camera of my choice is disposable is Kodak Max HQ. This is one of the more expensive disposable cameras. But the quality is fantastic compared to other disposables that I use.

You can usually buy it cheaply on eBay. Popular retailers such as targets and Wal-Mart also run sales on them quite often.

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