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Photographing Kids

Photographing young kids can be an arduous task that takes more creativity and effort than photographing adults. However, children can be some of the most rewarding and fun subjects to work with! After gaining some experience, you'll easily learn all sorts of tips and tricks to capturing those genuine smiles and big personalities. 

10 Best Springtime Backdrop Colors

10 Best Springtime Backdrop Colors

The spring season is one of the best times to get your family portraits done (especially since everyone will be genuinely smiling now that winter is over). If you’re looking for the perfect background for your family portrait this season, check out our list of the top ten springtime backdrops!

4 Tips for Great Halloween Photography

4 Tips for Great Halloween Photography

Now the second biggest holiday next to Christmas, Halloween provides the ultimate in setting, props and atmosphere to capture unique and stunning images. And, it’s the perfect time to experiment with exposure times, shutter speeds and unusual compositions. 

How to Capture Beautiful Spring Children’s Portraits

How to Capture Beautiful Spring Children’s Portraits

Photographing children can be joyful and challenging all at once. Their natural state is to be in constant movement, make silly faces or have short attention spans. It can be frustrating to get not only your own child to cooperate but gaining the trust of a client’s little one can be even more daunting. These tips will help you take some wonderful Spring portraits this season.

Cake Smashing On Seamless Paper: Perfect For Adorable Poses

Cake Smashing On Seamless Paper: Perfect For Adorable Poses

We love celebrating birthdays, and even better, capturing priceless moments on camera. Cake smash pictures are a great way to do this and using Savage Seamless Paper Backgrounds make these messy photo shoots a lot easier. When you’re done having fun, don’t even think about cleaning up sticky frosting everywhere, just cut off the dirty few feet of paper and toss it!