About 18 months ago, I met a beautiful baby called Ellie (see her blog post here). Last week, I met her brand new baby brother Leo.
The sun is finally out in Ireland, so what better time then to book in an outdoor photo shoot of your family? The leaves have returned to the trees, and Airfield Estate in Dundrum is boasting some beautiful colours in their gardens!
Did you catch my previous blog post which gave you my 6 key tips to take great photos of your kids? We covered light, noise, height and editing. Today’s blog post is the sequel which will give you 3 more tips to take better photos of your kids.
I recently posted about what’s in my camera bag and shared a few tips/ ideas in my Photography 201 blog, but today I want to show you what photo editing apps I use for my iPhone to bring out the best in my images. I am the first to admit, that I don’t take my ‘proper’ camera out with me often enough – mainly because it is heavy and too big to fit in a normal handbag!
This time last year I posted a blog called Photography 101, so I thought it was time for your next class – Photography 201! Last time we covered the exposure triangle (aperture, shutter speed and ISO), so today we’ll go a little deeper and discuss composing your images, when to use your flash and tips on how to avoid camera shake.
I recently donated a photography session to a fundraising event in aid of The Hope Foundation in Dublin. This beautiful family of six were the lucky winners and I was so excited to meet them!