As my knowledge of Photoshop barely scratches the surface, I thought I’d experiment with a few other tools that I have not used much until recently. Saturation is one of them.
When we acquired our DSLR a couple of years ago, it was my husband who read the manual, set the camera up and showed me how to take photos.
I love colour, especially bright vivid colours. They do something to the heart; they cheer me up and lift my spirits. This summer, on one of our ‘staycation’ days, we visited Hampton Court Palace.
Now that I have 3 kids, finding the time to relax and practise creative photography is very rare. So I took the opportunity to do this on a recent school trip to a fishing village in Kent as my husband had come along.
A good friend paid us a visit recently with her 2 handsome boys. Just before they left, I decided to take a few quick shots indoors without using flash.
This little boy is simply gorgeous. He looks straight at the camera, fascinated and mesmerised by the lens and the sound of the shutter clicking. This made it easy for me to take a few portraits up close.
My website came about after some friends I have taken photos of expressed how they loved my photos and that I should start charging fees
Let’s start with getting creative with your portraits using these 7 simple tips. Again, you don’t need an expensive kit. All you need now is a good eye and some creative ideas.
Whilst having expensive photography kit can help you take good photos there are many more important factors to achieving interesting and impressive photos. Start experimenting with these suggested tips and see the how your photos change.
Jeans and a tee shirt, polka dot skirt, or a fancy suit? The choices seem endless but there are a few hints that will help you pick the right clothes to get the perfect photos.