WARNING: DON'T EVEN THINK OF Taking Baby Pictures UNTIL You Know What Professional Photographers Know
Are you more interested in Quality or Quantity?
As a parent, grandparent, and professional photographer ... I'll explain the answer, and then you can decide ...
The Advantages of Quality
These are just a few of the numerous advantages of focusing on Quality
- You'll be looking at these pictures for the rest of your life. I can guarantee that every time you go through them, you'll quickly move past the lower-quality ones faster and faster until you finally either delete them or move them to an out-of-the-way archive location.
- You can never go back and take better pictures of your baby after you realize that you are unhappy with the ones you already took.
- These will be used to document the life of your baby, and be shown to friends and family members for decades. The better the image, the better it reflects on you and your baby.
- Baby images tend to be the only kind of picture that will always be looked at by the parents, the grown-up baby, the friends of the baby, spouse of the baby, and eventually ... children of the baby. Great pictures will always be looked at more enthusiastically than average ones.
- There will come a time when your grown-up baby will want to go through the images with you. Would you rather be proud or embarrassed?
The Advantages of Quantity
- There is something about having a lot of anything that tends to increase its value (unless it's old newspapers).
- When a lot of people want to look at the pictures all at once, you will have enough to start everybody with a few.
- Telling people you have 10,000 pictures of your baby rather than 500 pictures might sound more impressive.
nly you can decide what is most important. But, I will share this with you ... from personal experience:
Nothing is worse than looking at pictures of your baby, years after you took them ... only to realize your pictures don't match how you remembered your baby's first year. You'd give anything to go back and do it again... better.
The BABY Power-of-the-Pose e-book contains:
- 94 Photography Tips explaining how best to use them.
- 260 Baby Poses, and
- 63 No-Fluff Pages
- Color and Black-and-White photographs
- Prepared and Candid pictures
- Indoor and Outdoor settings
- Poses of the baby alone and with relatives
- Age: birth to 12 months
- Full body pictures as well as only hands, feet, and faces
- Numerous different activities and positions
Professional photographers always have a collection of baby poses. Why? Because they know that starting with poses "that work" is the quickest and easiest way to take the best possible baby pictures! Period.