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Tips For Photographing Newborns | Tutorial Photography

Tips For Photographing Newborns Tutorial Photography

Tips For Photographing Newborns Tutorial Photography

Tips For Photographing Newborns | Tutorial Photography

Tips For Photographing Newborns – Did you ever feel that photographing newborns is photographic activity that feels so pleasant? Capture a new life with a plain face is so adorable. Photographing newborns can become an arena to practice your photography. Find a friend or relative who just had children, and offer them to get a shot, and hopefully they are happy with the results of the photo and you get the commercial side of the activity.

Tips For Photographing Newborns Tutorial Photography

Tips For Photographing Newborns Tutorial Photography

One tips that can be applied when photographing newborns is photographed at ‘eye-level’ baby. There are many baby pictures are taken from the angle, about 2-3 meters above the baby, if we may say, angle shooting from above will make cute babies are smaller and look like toys.

enter the world of them and get them to interact, thus will facilitate capturing the tiny baby.

photographing Newborns
Newborns can be said a little difficult to photograph because they stationary in one place and always moving his arms, legs and head. One of the best ways to get a good photo when photographing them is by putting them on the carpet and your baby is lying right next to them with your camera just above the floor, this way you can see first hand a large and beautiful eyes, and are not the audience will instantly put a photo on a perspective of ‘eye to eye’ unique.

Photographing Children
Actually the same principle used to photographing babies, photographing the eye level with them, certainly not to lie down on the floor when the children are already able to stand or walk. A great time photographing children is when they are doing the activity or activities they enjoy, such as playing, eating and others. Go to the park with them and their parents, visit their home when they were studying coloring, try to blend in with their in-room or at the time of playing.

tips for photographing babies
Come closer as they were doing the activity (of course on the level / height equal to them), and take as many photos as possible, try to also take pictures of children being with their parents and not to miss the candid moments, try to make a funny face expression and get the response from the children.

Burst mode is great to use, if you have a digital camera feature, especially if the children are very active. According to the experience of many photographers, the photo of the second or third shot sequence will seem appealing. Taking photos with just one shots or frames, then you’ll most likely lose the moment. Another advantage of using the continuous shooting is possible to get a series of images that can be combined into one and can tell a story.

Focal Length
Another way to change the shooting angle when photographing children is to use a different focal length. Use several different lenses for different options, if you are using a digital SLR camera (Lens wide and zoom), and if you are using a point and shoot camera that has at least a 3x optical zoom and make sure you make this.

photographed using a wide angle lens will feel effective when they are around children because it will provide an interesting perspective. try using the 17-40mm, of course you can still get a little zoom and get a great effect of focal length 17mm

A zoom lens allows you to shoot from a distance and would be very useful if the kids feel scared or embarrassed when you are near them when shooting.

Actually the key photographing Newborns or children are to be like them. you have to spend your childish side. The kids love to play, they did the unexpected, they like new things. Approach through the spirit of play and you’ll get the photos come from “their world”.

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