One of the most often asked questions asked of children photographers is “How do you get such great natural and happy expressions from the children you photographer?”
If you are photograph children often, even if it’s just your own, you know that it takes more than being silly, pleading, and bribing to get a kid to smile. Some photographers just have the gift of knowing what techniques get the best expressions from children, and by peering at the images below it is obvious that Angie Baxter is one of those photographers.
Angie is a Melbourne-based family portrait photographer and shoots full time with some help from her hubby. In addition to shooting multiple sessions each week she also runs workshops, and has also written a wonderful e-book full of her tips, tricks, and techniques of how to get the greatest expressions and emotions from the children you photograph.
The Art of Interviewing Children features:
- Each page has practical tips and exact words used to converse easily with children
- Photos on every page include lens and camera settings
- Start taking more natural photos immediately
You can never have too many tricks up your sleeve for photographing children, stop by her store and pick up her ebook to help create more emotion and happy smiles your photographs. http://www.angiebaxter.com.au/
Angie has generously offered to give away one copy of The Art of Interviewing Children to one of our wonderful readers! To Enter:
Head on over and like Angie’s FB page.
Leave a Comment and let us know your favorite age to photograph.
Winner will be chosen next week!
Easy Peasy ;)