"Straight-on" shots can leave your images looking flat and one-dimensional. Shooting from a high or low angle adds a whole new perspective to your photos. Here are some tips for when and how to use angles in your photography.
Making this photo album to give away as a gift to grandparents or to share with friends, will help you brag in a stylish way. The handy size will be large enough to fill with plenty of photos and small enough to carry in your handbag or diaper bag.
Are professional holiday photographs not in the budget this year? With some tips from the experts, a camera, and a little patience, an adorable, professional-looking picture of your baby to share with friends and family is a snap!
Why focus on water? Our kids are naturally drawn to it—sprinklers, pools, beach waves, and tubs. Because it's reflective, water happens to be a great addition to photos. Here are several ways you can creatively incorporate it into your photos.
If you're like most moms, you're the unofficial family photographer—which means, in most photos, your face is nowhere to be found. Here are 9 ways to make sure your presence is felt as much in your photos as it is in your children's lives.
We've all been there. The scene and outfit are perfect, but your child won't look at the camera or he squints and flashes a forced grin. Relax! Wave your magic wand and follow these tips for taking great pics regardless of your child's mood.
In a stunningly creative photo project, California-based artist Sioin Queenie Liao transforms her baby's naptime into journeys through vibrant lands of circus animals, sailboats, and unicorns. With baby Wengenn soundly asleep, Liao captures him in settings that all seem to be unlocked by childhood imaginations and dreams. Click through for 21 of your own glimpses into Wengenn's "Wonderland".
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