Take BETTER photos.
One of my personal goals is to take better photos — it’s been a goal of mine from the first time I picked up a camera as a little girl, and I’m pretty sure it’ll be a goal that sticks with me through the rest of my life.
You can always improve your photography, and the best way to do that is to get out there and do it. In the updated version of “How to Shoot Your Kids”, Maggie of Just Maggie photography starts out by saying that technique is the most important part of taking better pictures. The technical stuff is important, but by improving your technique — the technical stuff will start to come naturally.
This ebook is a great refresher on all the technical aspects of your camera, with photos depicting how the different settings will affect the outcome.
But this book really shines in the second half, where Maggie gets into improving your technique.
With the *most adorable* photos, Maggie breaks down complicated variables like lighting, composition, and location. Throughout the book, she ties everything together with the notion that by taking better photos, you’ll be able to better tell your story. That really resonated with me — because I’m all about finding better ways to tell your story.
The one thing I was most excited about trying out were the tips about portrait shots and how to get people to interact with you naturally. I’m super excited to get out there and craft a fun photo shoot with the new ideas I picked up.
Pick up your copy today and start taking BETTER photos.
Maggie has generously offered rukristin readers $5 off (full price $14).