I was a grown mama with 5 kiddos that I decided to take the next step and actually learn how to take “real” photos with a “real” camera. Here are the top 5 things that I wish I knew when I started as a new photographer!
Every photographer gets an opportunity (or the challenge) of shooting a big group of people. Let’s be honest; it can be intimidating to find group poses for a big group of people looking your way and waiting for direction. Try using Photography Prompts for groups to help your clients focus on having fun and interacting with one another.
If you love to photograph the night sky as I do, it’s critical to know the best settings for night photography. You can shoot like a pro with these settings and dazzle your audience with your results!
It has been said many times by many wise people that “success or luck happens when preparation meets opportunity,” and this is the perfect example.