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7 Family Photography Tips *Great collection of examples. tip #2 is so easy, but game changing.

Take better pictures with your iPhone. Seriously best tips I've read.

Tips for your outdoor family pictures infographic by Marlen James Just what I needed...

"Every little girl should have a glitter photo shoot." I love this!

What to Wear for Photo Sessions | Clothing Tips and Resource Guide | Paint the Moon Photoshop Actions

It's so hard to capture the moment AND be in the moment - there's some great tips here on how to do both plus I love the smart phone app recommendations from the professional photog.

instagram tips and tricks #photo #instagram

Take Better Pics With Your Phone

{How to capture your Christmas} Photography tips and inspiration for capturing all the twinkle lights, frosted cookies, and excited children's expressions that will be filling households in the coming weeks.

great lost of iPhone photography tips for the holidays -- I had no idea you could use your headphones as a camera remote!

{Can't wait!!!} Make a book out of your Instagrams - Artifact Uprising by decor8, via Flickr

{How to take a photo walk} Even if you're not into photography as a hobby, these tips are helpful in improving your observation skills. Use these idea prompts during your next family adventure and your photo albums will be so much more rich with detail!

50 PHOTO IDEAS TO TAKE WITH CHILD...possibly my most fav. photo website yet!

{Learn your house's golden hours} Want better pictures of your kids playing in the house? You increase your chances of a great shot by understanding where your house has the best light at each hour of the day. Peanut Blossom shares tips on how to learn your light to capture your kids in the easiest and most beautiful way possible. Try this experiment and you may find a new favorite spot!

Mel Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn, and Truman Capote.

How to take great shots with an ordinary camera. Practical every day tips. Part 1.

A top secret trick for capturing a 2 year old from Peanut Blossom. This is such a tricky age because all they want to do is run away from you. How many photos of the back of their heads can one family have??