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Capturing moving children

We took little miss Teagan to a local christmas tree lot to photograph her for Cavelle Kids winter clothing line. Teagan’s a mover and a shaker

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Running and spinning

These images were taken early, about 7:00am, on a foggy morning at the beach. Morning light is a cooler light but glorious in its own way.

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jack-o-lanterns

It’s almost Halloween. And…you may wonder (or not, but just in case)… how do you photograph jack-o-lanterns in the dark so that they look lit up? Well, here’s one way that I did it. You know, just in case it helps you. I did not use a flash, because a flash just kind of kills…

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30 Days of Photography Tips… Day 9

DAY #9! TIP #9: Keep your shutter speed 1/160 second or faster when photographing children. This tip, like many of them is simply my personal preference and what I’ve found to work for me. I try to keep my shutter speed at 1/160 of a second or faster when I’m photographing little children who move and…

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