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beautiful shot. I need someone this good for my kids... They will of course, be as beautiful as this little girl

Smiling eyes. Girl - Goba, Mozambique Africa

Shooting at a shallow depth of field (for me, that’s around 1.6 to 2.8) allows me to get the eyes in sharp focus while softening the remainder of the image. This really allows the eyes to pop in your image!

meaning that I am often standing in the sun while I take the picture). The area behind me is well-lit and provides a lot of light that bounces back and is reflected in the subjects’ eyes. A big mistake I see photographers make is going too far into the shade to take pictures. If your subject is shaded and you (the photographer) are shaded, then there may not be enough light to be reflected in your subject’s eyes (if you are shooting with natural light). So take a step back, put on your SPF 3

Portrait of a little girl. Omg, this child is so beautiful. Especially the hair and eyes. : ) : )

“Whomever you see, see with purity's beauty" ~ Sri Chinmoy, The Wings of Joy: Finding Your Path to Inner Peace

Make yourself a posing guide using your own favourite images you’ve taken. Print them in wallet size, write notes on the back and laminate them. Pop a few idea cards in your pocket before a session to keep your mind steady on the task

simple photography tips to help you capture feelings of love with the camera on your phone

The Human Side of Photography – 4 Tips for Natural Looking Portraits

Making the Eyes Pop in Lightroom 4 {I guess I need to upgrade ;)}

5 tips for capturing your best summer photos from Peanut Blossom. What kind of summer fun are you having today?

Lo mejor que podemos hacer para tener un niño bueno, es hacerlo feliz.