Tip#1 – Fill the Frame

Many people ask me to share tips and advice on taking photographs of their children. I’ll now be sharing some tips regularly, so do keep checking in. My first tip to you is to fill more of the frame with your subject. It is better to do this by zooming in or using a longer lens / focal length rather than being right up close so we don’t get ‘barrel distortion’ (where the nose and mouth look larger than they are in reality). As an example here is the same photograph, one showing a lot of background, the other with the subject filling more of the frame. Although this photograph […]

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A sample of wooden mounts available for framed photographs.

The Importance of Printed Photographs and Wall Art

Imagine having walls adorned with beautiful photographs of your family. This type of photographic wall art is very meaningful and personal to you and your family and something you display with love and pride. You can look at these photographs every day. They become a talking point between you and your house guests as well as within your family. They serve as a fantastic reminder of memories made over time. These are the reasons I offer high quality printed photographs in a variety of formats to suit your home. If you are investing time and money in hiring a professional photographer for your family, I believe you should invest in […]

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