RECENT POSTS IN Children’s portraits
How You Shot It: ‘Sword Play’ – A Summer-y Children’s Portrait
Today’s ‘How You Shot It’ post is from Chelsea Higgins of Snap Happy Photography By Chelsea with ‘Sword Play’ a summery children’s portrait.
Five Tips for Photographing Kids From a Male Photographer’s Perspective
For me, photographing children is an area of my business that I truly enjoy, but when I first started working with children it was hard. I had no idea how to work with them effectively. Here are my five tips for successful portrait sessions with children from a male photographer’s perspective.
Zoey and Jasper: Unbelivably Cute Portraits of a Rescue Dog and Her Little Boy
A rescue dog and her little boy. Can it get any cuter than this? I think not…
Playing Underwater with Children’s Portraits | Photography by Alix Martinez
Not only does Alix Martinez’s work in children’s portraiture stand out, but she’s taken it to another level – under the water.
The Idyllic Joys and Wonder of Childhood as Photographed by a Mother
Ask a mother what her favorite subjects to photograph and you’ll be nary to find one that doesn’t say her own children. Inspired by Norman Rockwell and the idyllic American Life, photographer Kate T. Parker feels the same. Her favorite subjects? Her two daughters, Ella and Alice.
The Innocence and Frivolity of Childhood Captured in Golden Light by Jake Olson
The beautiful backdrop of the Nebraska countryside with a touch of golden light is the perfect backdrop to showcase the frivolity and innocence only seen in childhood as photographed by Jake Olson.
How You Shot It: ‘Blue Ridge Days’ – Fall Family Portraits
This was Parker’s first time in the mountains and there is no other way to get great photos than on the Blue Ridge Parkway at the peak of the fall leaf cycle. As my wife and I were riding down the parkway, we saw this beautiful overlook and decided to pull over for some pics of our little guy.