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Your baby’s life is filled with firsts: the first smile, first steps, first birthday… and you don’t want to miss any of them! Here are some tips for immortalizing these special moments.
Everyday is filled with discovery for your baby. A bath, new food, a toy, a flower, a dog or cat, another child: anything can be a source of surprise or fascination and make your baby curious or wary. Always keep a camera or smart phone handy to capture these new emotions: a series of spontaneous images is perfect for a photo book!
The look of a young child is so expressive and a close-up is best for capturing its power. Patience is important, of course: focusing on your baby’s eyes isn’t always easy, even with the help of the face-detection function, which most devices have.
If you want a variety of shots, you’ve got so many options. Try photographing your baby on Mom or Dad’s shoulder (in black and white for a professional look!), sleeping with his or her favourite plush toy or playing on the floor (get down on the floor, too, for a great angle)… be creative!
Whether you’re photographing your baby in his or her room or during a walk outdoors, use natural or indirect light, never full sun! This way, you’ll avoid shadows, overly bright faces and red eyes. It’s also best to choose a background that isn’t busy, which can be distracting. Your (very adorable) subject deserves all of the viewer’s attention!
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