Mom's Little Book of Photo Tips

Are you the family photographer In many households, Mom is the one behind the camera, and for that reason we created the first book that recognizes and celebrates that Moms and grandmas and aunts loves taking pictures This information packed volume provides advice with than 180 sample color photos by nonprofessional photographers This book shares it s secrete forAre you the family photographer In many households, Mom is the one behind the camera, and for that reason we created the first book that recognizes and celebrates that Moms and grandmas and aunts loves taking pictures This information packed volume provides advice with than 180 sample color photos by nonprofessional photographers This book shares it s secrete for getting great photographs in 75 non technical tips about composition , lighting and setting up fun shots The book tells what can be done with any camera no special equipment needed The creative side as well as the fun is emphasized.About the AuthorLisa Bearnson is co founder and editor of Creating Keepsakes scrapbook magazine A nationally recognized spokesperson for the scrapbooking industry, she is the host of QVC s Creating Keepsakes Hour and the author of the book Joy of Scrapbooking and Mom s Little Book of Displaying Children s Art Lisa has learned so much about photography since she started scrapbooking that she wants to share her suggestions with everyone The first step to great scrapbook pages is great photos
Mom s Little Book of Photo Tips Are you the family photographer In many households Mom is the one behind the camera and for that reason we created the first book that recognizes and celebrates that Moms and grandmas and aunts love

  • Title: Mom's Little Book of Photo Tips
  • Author: Lisa Bearnson Siobhan McGowan
  • ISBN: 9781929180127
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Mom's Little Book of Photo Tips”

    1. This book was pretty straight forward but a little boring for me. I was hoping for something a little deeper, but this author basically covered any possible posing arranging with kids - shoot from above, from below, their eye level, in front, in back, with pets, with toys, with cousins, sad, happy, mad. I could have figured out most of those things myself. Perhaps it's my own fault for not looking at it closer before I got it from the library, but I was hoping for a little more info than this bo [...]

    2. Was basic tips and tricks you can learn in a high school class. Also tips can be used for more than just kids.

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