Family Portraits: 10 tips for setting up your home photo studio

    | Photography Tips, Portraits | 23/02/2012 17:34pm
    Family Portraits: 10 tips for setting up your home photo studio

    Whether you’re taking portraits of your friends or you’ve been commissioned to photography a family – or whether you’re taking your own family photos – working from your own home photo studio can be exceptionally rewarding.

    Below we’ve compiled 10 expert tips on how to set up your home photo studio, with fundamental photo ideas for how to light, pose and set up your camera to shoot family photos.

    Fast black and white fixes for indoor portraits

    | Uncategorized | 10/07/2009 14:48pm

    Make photos of family and friends stand out with this quick black and white guide You may think that capturing stunning mono portraits requires expensive studio time, but that’s not the case. All you need is a window, a cheap reflector and a few quick steps in Photoshop…

    Improve your family portrait skills

    | Photography Tutorials | 10/07/2009 14:27pm
    contemporary family portraits: tips and techniques

    Everything you need to know for contemporary family portraits
    There’s lots to consider when taking your family pictures, from the technology you’re using to how the people involved react. By using some simple tricks in composition and preparation, and by keeping the children entertained, you can be sure that you’ve got all you need to take some really good family photos.