Thursday, November 17, 2011
Better Holiday Portraits
10 tips to take your best family photos this seasonBy William Sawalich Published in Shooting
Holidays are a time when families gather, making it an ideal opportunity for family portraits. One of the nicest places for a family portrait is outside, but since winter weather doesn't always cooperate, it's often best to keep the shoot indoors. Sure, there are challenges, but shooting indoors also eliminates some of the problems of shooting outside—weather uncertainty, windblown hair, uncomfortable temperatures, variable lighting—all of those things are controlled indoors, and with these 10 tips, you can make the most of your family photos this holiday season.
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