Open all the blinds and curtains completely, turn off the overhead lights, and try the auto white balance button on your camera

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DAY #30! TIP #30: Make memories, don’t just photograph them. I know we all want to capture amazing pictures of our kids as they throw a snowball, or as they eat their first birthday cake, or while they learn to ride their bike. But be sure to be present when making memories with your family. Capture…

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DAY #29! TIP #29: Use natural lines to draw the eye toward your subject. Look at the lines in the world around you and use them in your images. Use lines to draw the eye in toward your subject. You achieve this by positioning yourself and your subject so that the lines lead toward them when you’re looking…

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DAY #28! TIP #28: Step outside your comfort zone and pull the trigger (shutter). What’s your comfort zone? Is it your own family? It is still objects? Is it newborns? Is it posed, cheese pictures? Is it kids who are old enough to listen and do? Want to know my comfort zone? Ok… well… I’m comfortable…

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