Baby photography skills
Don't keep saying "laugh"
"Don't always ask your child to laugh before filming; custom canvas just makes them look unnatural. Instead, we can make them do what they like, or we can make them laugh by asking those questions or telling them jokes. "-- Ronald Daniels, photographer
Take advantage of your position
"Shoot at the same height as the child. You can give them a few close-up shots of their eyes, nose, mouth, hands, and feet and so on. "-- Sarah Hastings
Adjust the shutter speed
"The shutter speed should be at least 1/125 for still shot, 1/250 for play and 1/1,000 for sport. If you don't want to use manual exposure on your camera, try the TV Settings. You can choose the shutter speed from there, and all the other cameras will do it for you. Next you take a good enough picture!! "- Anna
Interact with your children
"It's best to remember to interact with your child when filming for them. Don't set the scene, just follow your feelings this can be useful when shooting in parks, backyards or beaches. Let them take the bright flowers they find themselves, and you just have to capture those magical moments of joy when you're shooting. "-- Christine Duncan
5.Make a Joke.
"When it comes to taking pictures of children, you need to learn to be silly. Don't be afraid to make a joke. "-- Shirley hooligan
Miranda of barefoot mom agrees: "make sure you try to make them happy."
6. Take lots of photos.
"My best advice is actually simple: take lots of pictures every day I've always told people to bring their cameras everywhere and anytime. If you have a baby, put the camera in a diaper bag. If your child is a little older, you can put the camera in your pocket or somewhere else. "-- Eliza Lucian
"Make sure you take more pictures of your children. Because children are active, their expressions change faster than a blink of an eye. One of the things I've found is that after six shots, there's always a good photo that captures the personality of the person, and if I'm lucky, I might get a whole bunch of good pictures.
6.Use your sense of humor
"Taking pictures of children is a very challenging job. I found that we don't need to pose that while taking photographs for the children and argue with them, but to learn to adapt to, photo on acrylic glass and let your child be yourself and so you can record the children pictures of happy moments." "-- Lauren patria