5 Tips for Photographing Kids
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Hi I'm Lori Fairbanks, editor for Creating Keepsakes magazine. Today we're going to talk about 5 Tips for Photographing Kids.
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And now, 5 Tips for Photographing Kids.
It's no secret that kids are sometimes difficult to photograph. They're constantly on the go, making it difficult to catch the photos you want. And, chances are good that when you pull out your camera, they often either strike a cheesy pose or hide-neither of which will really capture the moment well in a photo. Here are five tricks to try to get photos you'll love:
There you have it, five tips for photographing kids. Now, get out there, have a wonderful time taking photos of your kids, and scrapbook those beautiful photos so your memories are documented for everyone to enjoy year after year!
That's all for today. Visit us online at creatingkeepsakes.com for more scrapbooking tips & solutions or to subscribe to our magazine. And be sure to visit our sponsor site, Tamron.com, for award-winning camera lenses to make your scrapbooks shine.
And remember: when you scrapbook, you're not only sharing your story, you're creating keepsakes.
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