How to take better photos of your kids at home during Covid-19
I have a daughter who is 6 years old, and it's not easy to spend the whole day together:) However, we have been doing good so far. I mean, I guess. I'm not sure:)) I always try to take her images outside but now, because of this Covid situation, we can't go outside. I took her photos yesterday and edited them. It took only 20 minutes, and you can do it too. Here are some suggestions:
1- Find a spot and adjust the light. Turn off the artificial lights inside. Find a spot in front of the window or near the best natural light source. Just shoot in the direction where the background will be the most neutral or least cluttered!
2. Get Close. We live in a small house, so it's easy for us to get close:) If you shoot tight, it's easy to crop out the clutter. And you can easily see the emotion. Look at my daughter's beautiful smile below:)
3. Have FUN:) Just tell them what you want them to do, or watch them while they are doing something they enjoy:). I told my daughter I would take her photos and she could do whatever she wanted. She put on a mask, and she said I'm gonna jump on my bed:) Here is the result:
4. You can create beautiful photos that your family will treasure for years to come. Just find a good spot and light. Here are some baby images at home you can try: