As some of you may already know, in addition to writing this blog, I also write photography tips for the mom parenting site Parent Society. I thought that some of you might be interested in reading them, so here are some links to my favorites......
5 Photo-Related Games for Kids
Does your little one have a camera all of their own? I decided very early on that I wanted Callum to have his own little camera so he could be just like Mommy, and we got him a Vtech Kidizoom which is more appropriate for his age. It's so easy for him to use and he loves taking it on outings with him. Apart from teaching them the joys of photography (and helping you by making them more used to the whole idea of taking pictures!) there are lots of fun educational games you can play with your children of all ages that involves a camera....read more
10 Ideas for Photographing Your One Year Old
Getting great shots of your little one at this age can take a bit of patience as they are constantly on the move in one form or another! When I say 1-year-old, I suppose I'm really talking about children who are at the stage where they are not as mobile as a toddler, but are definitely on the go -- either by crawling or taking their first wobbly steps out in the world. Such a cute age, and as a mom, definitely one you want to have recorded! Here's how to do it!.....read more
If you are anything like me, the one thing you have on all you at all times is your phone! The standard camera app is fine for when you want to take a quick photo and maybe share it with your friends on Facebook, but if you want to get creative with your photos there are a lot of really cool apps out there that allow you to do basic editing, apply filters, add borders, and even help you manage all those photos you take! Here's my personal top five favorite camera apps...read more
Capturing Childhood Memories
When you’re a busy mom, with a to-do list as long as your arm, taking photos of your little ones isn’t always going to be your top priority! Most of us tend to remember to photograph the “big” occasions — like birthdays and Christmases, or their first day at school — but what about the simple, every day moments that make up your day-to-day life together?...... read more
Please head on over to Parent Society to give them a read!