Indoor pictures are the ones I find most difficult to take. And I have to say, I think my kids look pretty adorable inside, and I want to capture those moments!
I take lots and lots of pictures of my kids. Even with all that practice, I my pictures were often dark, frequently blurry, and the colors just didn’t come out the way I wanted. It might be bad to admit this — but many of the pictures on this site were the 1 or 2 decent shots I got from a group of 40 or more pictures!
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Then I met Beryl, the founder of Momtographie. She changed the way I photograph. And she is sharing 3 tips here today to help you take great shots of your kids indoors!
Top 3 Tips for Indoor Photos of Kids
1) Find The Light
2) Direct The Action
3) Know Your Limitations And Purpose
Beryl has loads more to share- and a FREE week long class, which is a sneak peek of her Momtographie course. The free class is the One Ingredient Fix. It started on August 17, and all of the resources for the class are STILL AVAILABLE for self study. Just click here to register. You will get a PDF lesson, video lesson, and daily emails, and a recorded webinar with a Q&A.
There is also an early bird rate available for people who register for her Momtographie class now:
Earlybird Price: $199 (August 20-30th)
Retail Price: $249 (August 31st-13th)
Beryl’s goal with this class is to help moms love their cameras. Beryl has changed the way I photograph. I’ve actually had other lessons, but somehow shooting on manual just confused me before. Where I used to think I would just take a whole bunch of pictures and hope to get something decent, now I have more confidence making adjustments, and composing my shots.
I’m signed up for the class, and so excited to see what more I can learn! Join me and sign up for the free sneak peek here!