Tiny Tip: The Power of Anticipation

We all long for those photos that are rich with emotion and enthusiasm, especially with kids!  In today’s Tiny Tip, I share how the power of ANTICIPATION can be a golden ticket for those exact type of moments.

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Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She values the power of anticipation in many areas of her life, including motivational incentives.  As soon as she finishes a blog post she gets to go eat chocolate.  One piece per post, so the chocolate better be the highest quality around. Thank you Europe for knowing a thing or two about the divine concoctions of cocoa.

Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity.

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4 Responses

  1. Brooke, thank you sooo much for your advice. The idea of the toy being opened by my kids and being right there is awesome! Who says Christmas is the only time to do it? Great idea!
    Btw, your smile is infectious! Thank you so much for your fantastic work! you have helped SO much!!!
    God Bless you!!!!

    1. Oh my!!! You are so welcome! Yes, use anticipation much more than Christmas!!! The toy I have is something fun to play with outside and I’m going to wait until the perfect day, the perfect location, and the perfect light to make it’s big debut. It will be worth it 🙂 Thank you for your wonderful comment!

  2. Brooke! I love this idea and that you’ve articulated how the power of anticipation can be used in a photo shoot! Just fantastic!!

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