Photographing your little one is a wonderful experience. Here are some useful tips to help you capture those perfect moments.
By Shefalii Dadabhoy
How fast children grow! One minute your child is a baby, in the next she, is running around. In a flash, she is going to school. Before you know it, you are attending her graduation ceremony. So many memories, so many milestones achieved and not many good pictures clicked to reminisce those moments. Every parent should know how to photograph her child. A few basic rules will help you take good pictures of your child through her years of growing up.
Every picture tells a story. I hope the tips outlined above help you remember stories of your children. It is not always about the perfect picture. It is more about the joy one gets in capturing certain moments in their lives that one would otherwise completely forget. Ask me - I am a photoholic mom, who clicks her child every day and has thousands of pictures of her baby. My daughter has been in front of the camera from the minute she popped out of my tummy and I think she believes that the camera is an extension of my face. Just take LOTS and LOTS of pictures. Preserve the photos; life moves fast. Take some physical prints of those timeless moments. An album may be old-fashioned, but it brings its own joys. Your children will grow up - but for you, they will remain your little ones etched forever in visible memories.
The author is a children’s photographer running her own enterprise, Purple Frog Photography. www.purplefrog.co.in
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