In this post I am going to give you some tips and tricks getting your own great shots on your phone. There are tips, tricks and techniques. Best of all, if you're a parent, there are a few tips to help you get great photos of your children. This is basically a sneak peek to my photography classes I did at the library and the Art Gallery. Below, I have bits and pieces of what I went over during the classes.
Also, if you would like your children to learn about photography,
I teach a few class with photography standards mixed in. These classes are though the New London Parks and Recreation!
- VSCO Cam
- Adobe Photoshop Express
- Rule of Thirds: You should position the most important elements in your scene along these lines, or at the points where they intersect
- Leading Lines Technique: You naturally look along lines of a photo, therefore the eyes of the viewer will adventure along the line. For an example: Use a bridge or a road to lead up to the subject
- Use your flash wisely
- Try to keep your camera on continuous shooting mode
- Take some photos where you don’t make them smile: If you make them smile, they sometimes have a cheesy or weird smile
- Take advantage of the little moments: If they laugh, get a photo of it
- Let the little ones be natural and do what they want