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!
I recently received the Whitewash Printed Background Paper from Savage Universal. I typically shoot using large 10 foot backdrops and paper rolls so I was curious to see what it would be like to work with a 53” roll. I was also eager to see how realistic the paper would appear when photographed.
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!
This fun photo gallery was shot by photographer Ryan Walsh, featuring some of our new, kid-friendly Printed Background Paper line! Photographing kids with unique patterns and prints makes for a creative and fun photo session with adorable results. See Full Gallery>>
One of the hottest portrait ideas in the photography fields, The Cake Smash shot, can also prove to be one of your studios biggest moneymakers. If for some recent you haven’t heard of this phenom, it involves a tiny child, a big cake and the freedom for them to make a complete mess as they please!
Photographing kids is one of the more unpredictable aspects of being a portrait photographer. First and foremost, tricks that work for capturing amazing adult portraits doesn’t work on kids. You’ll need an arsenal of patience, some creative propping and even a touch of psychology to get the best images.
This month we asked YOU for your best tips to capturing great child portraits! We received a lot of valuable tips that we’d love to share with other photographers out there! Here are some of our favorite contest answers…
W.C. Fields was famously quoted as saying that actors should never work with children or animals because they always steal the show. And, you know what? He was pretty much right, especially when it comes to children.