5 Tips to Photograph the Holidays
# 2: Light it up
Lighting is key to photographs. If it's dark, use a tripod (ahem, again the one above is great). A second option? Turn on some lights. If you're still looking for a little bit of assistance below are a two great options we use (for personal and business situations).
#3: Capture emotion
Making cookies with the kids? Giving mom a special gift that you know will bring her to tears? Be ready to capture it. We're not saying stay connected to your camera 24/7 to capture everything, but anticipating those special moments of laughs or tears make for the best images.
#4 Change your perspective
Get eye level with you little ones. Shoot over the should of your kids. Lurk around the tree or photograph through a window. Peek through the crack of their bedroom door. Do what every you need to for a new perspective.
Holiday photographs you’ll be happy you captured:
The best photos are the ones you take...just for you.
The most important part is to be in the moment with your family and have fun.
The happiness captured, the meal shared — they’re the experiences that make up this season.
So do your best to take the photos that matter to you, just don't forget to put the camera down to experience it for yourself.
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