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Tips on Photographing Children and Families with Graham Monro

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 18 - 2017

Graham Monro Photography

Graham Monro Photography



A once commercial photographer who did a lot of sport and magazine work, Graham Monro took his professional skills over to the domestic field of photography where he exclusively shoots portraits. In this video, he explains great tips to achieve phenomenal photographs of families and children.



Though the video’s title explains that it explains wedding photography, in actuality this video focuses more on photographing children in their environment. However, his tips can easily be used to achieve a successful wedding photography as well.

Main points explained by on Photographing Children and Families in the video are: Read the rest of this entry »

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Easy and Practical Tips for Models Photo Shoot

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 29 - 2017
Modeling photography

Modeling photography

One of the most fun activities in photography is model shoot, especially for guys. It cannot be denied that the models’ captivating beauty and great curvy body can make the photographer lost in their world. Though it seems easy, model shoot has its own challenge like how we direct the model to act certain pose, choices of clothes and tricks on angles so that the models will look more attractive. There are some practical tips which you can apply for model shooting sessions: Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips on Outdoor Portrait Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 25 - 2017

Outdoor Portrait

Outdoor Portrait


Outdoor shooting technique is a little bit different from the indoor one. Even though there is abundance amount of light that gets in, we do not always get good photos from there, especially when the object of your photo is a human or a portrait of someone. One of the major reasons is because when you shoot a portrait of a person, the object is exposed to dazzled sun so the eyes tend to narrow and the image shadow often appears too strong on some parts. So how to actually get a good photo in this very case? Read the following tips on lighting in photography that will help resulting good outdoor images. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tips on Photographing Babies

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 14 - 2017
Tips on Photographing Babies

Tips on Photographing Babies

The following are tips to produce great results when photographing babies:

1. Photographing babies cannot be done spontaneously and on a whim. Photographers and parents have to set aside enough time so the photograph session isn’t done in a rush. For photo shoots in a studio, for example, the babies should be given the time to familiarize with their new surroundings, their photographer, and the photograph situations in the photo shoot.

2. Photographing babies generally takes time, so a photo session should not be rushed or forced. One of the reasons being that babies tire and gets distracted easily. This is why there are points within the shoot when babies should be taken out of the set, carried around, and be fed to relieve the fatigue. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Easy Way to Shoot Children’s Expressions

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On January - 11 - 2017
Spontaneous expression

Spontaneous expression

Shooting children can be a challenge somehow. They tend to get very difficult to manage and control and they usually feel scared and ashamed when they meet new people or strangers like photographer. The key success of taking good shots of children is to let them act spontaneously.

When we instruct them to act out certain poses, they tend to lose spontaneity and confidence. Let them act and express themselves spontaneously in front of camera. The easiest way is by asking them to play peek-a-boo, and if they are too old for this game, try to get them into conversation. Ask their names, their fathers’ and mothers’ names, their hobbies and etc, and let things flow naturally then take snap shots.

There are some tips and tricks on shooting children’s expressions spontaneously and naturally presented as follows: Read the rest of this entry »

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