Mari Holzer. kids. August 07th , 2017.
Light is extremely important when it comes to photographing just about anything. This is more technical information, but I feel as though I must share a little so you can understand how to get great shots. Most of the time I like to capture images of children early in the day when the sun is not at it's peak, but light enough to cast even light. Also overcast day's make awesome great days for children photos. Pay attention to your aperture or f-stop. Mines typically stay's between f/2.4-f/5.6 so I can separate the subject from the background but keep the foreground in focus and prevent blur. Because your children or the children you photograph will be running around allot make sure you are utilizing a fast shutter speed.
Almost all the other kids who didn't have swim suit with floats inserted had water wings or a rubber ring to keep them a float in the pool.These devices seemed to restrict the child's movement and they didn't seem as confident in what they where doing. The total opposite experience my daughter was getting out of the lesson. Job done then I thought a confident kid in the water can only benefit her in the future! Back home, and growing as kids do, both myself and my wife looked on line to find a kids float suit which would encourage her to swim more freely than just staying a float and kicking her legs in the water. We found one more designed a toddler who would be looking to learn how to swim. Like when I was younger you would be given a floating device to hold onto while you kicked your legs and went round the pool in that manner.
Equipment: Good hiking boots/shoes for the amount of walking. Small children may wear out sooner, so a stroller may be highly recommended.
As with a lot of my article here at Street Articles, I love to write a lot about a music software that is teaching me (slowly) to play the Ukulele and that is Beatnik's Speak Ukulele Music Course a teaching Ukulele music software you download to your computer that teaches you how to play the instrument just like having one on one lessons.
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