Here’s 4 tips to creating great “eye shots” of your kids. You know, those pics where their eyes are just popping off the page. People think it’s mostly about photoshop, but it’s absolutely not. It’s mostly about lighting. Editing can help. But it’s the lighting that’s the kicker. And it’s easy as pie.
We buy fancy cameras with great intentions, and honestly, for great reasons. As parents, we all understand how quickly our kids grow up. Dozens of great moments come and go every day. We don’t wanna miss it. Photography is a great way to capture life. It helps us celebrate, remember, and hold on to what matters most. BUT…
I’m getting pretty jacked about the next [21 Day Photo Fix] Open Enrollment. A lot of folks have been waiting for the next time to join in, and we’re almost ready. Plus, we have some new things we’re implementing this time around that will really take things to the next level.
I need one thing above all though. And that’s your help! Here’s 2 simple questions that will help me help you!
“Something Inspiring.” Those are the words on my writing calendar for this week. You see, these once a week photo tips don’t always need to be tutorials. In fact, it’s interesting: my most read posts haven’t been how-to’s, but shared experiences. That in mind, do I ever have a treat for you today. I’m going to introduce you to a photographer that is going to blow up your mind.
4th of July, 4 Winners!
Happy 4th of July! To celebrate, we’re giving away 4 FREE lifetime memberships to the 21 Day Photo Fix.
Let freedom ring.
Enter now…this only lasts through the 5th.
Do you ever wish you could just make some really groovy, one-click edits to pics you take with your fancy camera? Like Instagram for your fancy camera? Many parents have benched their fancy camera because they can make their iPhone pics look cooler, thanks to the many great iPhone pic editing apps. They don’t want to sink the time (and money) into fancy programs for their fancy camera. If that’s you: PicMonkey to the rescue.