Its super simple, but these two questions can make a dramatic difference in your photography! Enjoy today’s Tiny Tip!
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Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She has learned that shooting “creatively” as mentioned above, often yields some interesting or maybe unapproving looks from boring people with no imagination. In seeking out creative perspectives she has often found herself lying down in the middle of the road, climbing trees, toting ladders, hiding in the bushes, and doing some pretty amazing acrobatics. Its worth it. Don’t worry yourself with what others think. Your photos will be better than theirs 🙂
Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity.
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I adore your tiny tips, Brooke! This was such an encouraging and timely tip – I took some one-year old pictures for a friend the other day and was just remarking to my husband how SORE the muscles in my legs are from squatting down, lying on the ground and then getting up quickly to chase the little man for the next awesome shot. I’m thinking children’s photography would be a great way to shed some extra winter pounds!
Oooh yes, Hollie! I have had plenty of sore muscles from shooting too! Its a fabulous sign that you are totally getting creative! Good feeling, huh?! Thanks for your delightful comment, my friend!