The first day of school is also a milestone and a great opportunity to document your child's personality he prepares to start a new grade and track changes in personality as well as growth from year to year.
If you are committed to your art, winter can be a great opportunity to gain new skills in indoor photography and to gain a new appreciation for the everyday, not just in your own household but to help clients see the beauty in their everyday lives as well.
Winter may mean heading indoors with a lack of greenery to shoot, but it doesn't mean you have to stop shooting and improving your photography. Whether you mostly shoot your own kids or shoot for a living there's no excuse not to keep improving your skills.
I love photographing all of three of my children -- their achievements, their everyday routines, and the little things that make them who they are. But, capturing my child with special needs can be a challenge.
It's that time of year! Time to plan the holiday card photos. Several top Momtographers have shared their secrets to unforgettable family photos. The best part is, no fancy equipment or editing software is needed.
Many moms and hobbyist photographers soon find out the "fancy" new DSLR camera they just spent a small fortune on only minimally improves the quality of their photos unless they know what makes it tick and practice, practice, practice.