I always shoot from the head down, never ever up the baby’s nose. Just this simple tip will make a world of difference. Please see the photos below. The bottom photo shows how you can see up baby’s nostrils. If you can ever see this, CHANGE YOUR ANGLE! It’s not good. In the top photo, I positioned myself much further to my left and a bit from above. No nostrils = good.
Tenebris // Though this picture is simple. I have done black and white photography for many years and my favorite element of design is contrast. The contrast in this photo takes it from simple to interesting.
Welcome to the world, newborn baby Abigail! Baby Abigail came to our Phoenix Photography Studio when she was just nine days old. She slept right through her newborn session and breezed through photos with mom, dad and even big brother! Just look at how beautiful she is! View more of our adorable newborn clients HERE. GET OUR …
The composition of this image is very good as the individual has been placed on the left hand side to differentiate away from the abstract lighting, altogether making the image visually more striking. The use of monochrome really adds to the dramatic feel of the image as it looks like the individual is torn between both good and bad sides. The fact the individual is also smaller than the rest of the image makes the photograph more central around her.