Those of you that follow me on Twitter, Google+ or Facebook have already seen this news, but I’m really excited to share with everyone here that I recently became a contributing author at Digital Photography School! My first article, 7 Tips to Take Better Family Photos, was published on April 2nd.
If you’re a photographer, odds are you’ve read something at Digital Photography School. The articles range from beginner subjects such as “Learning about Exposure” and “Understanding Histograms” all the way to more advanced topics like “Using Graduated ND Filters to Improve Landscape Photography“.
One thing is constant though. The tips, reviews and tutorials, whether beginner or advanced, are written in an easy to understand manner. Digital Photography School is a great site to learn new information, brush up on skills or just to get inspiration before your next shoot.
Here at Less Gear || More Photos I’ve written about photographing families with little kids and I wanted to expand on that in writing for Digital Photography School. Family photography is still a new area for me, and in writing these articles I want to share with other photographers and families what worked, what didn’t work and what I could do differently. Each family photo session I do is a new learning experience that I walk away from with fresh thoughts and ideas on how to tackle the next.
If you haven’t already, go check out 7 Tips to Take Better Family Photos. Pros and amateurs alike will benefit from these 7 simple things you can do to make any family shoot go smoothly.
While you’re there make sure to like it, tweet it and share it! I would be most appreciative!