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That funny face your son squeezes together while you let him chew on a lemon wedge for the first time. The sound of his laugh erupting at the discovery of his belly button. The dimples on his little hands where knuckles just haven’t been born yet. In the blink of an eye, it becomes a challenge to recall these details and how they make you feel. Taking a photo takes just a few seconds, but the resulting image gives you a documented memory that lasts a lifetime. It’s a way to revisit these immeasurable moments, and they way they make you feel. This no-nonsense, cheese-free, read while-they-nap, easy-as-pie guide will give you the tools you need to capture top-notch, world-class photos of your kids!
About the Author:
A twin herself, Jane loves shooting other multiples and siblings. With every shot, she aims to let the individuality of each child shine through and capture the uniqueness of their relationship. Jane's natural connection with babies and children combined with her genuine aesthetic intuition translates into award-winning photos that are spontaneous, insightful, timeless and charming.
Jane's work has been featured in Parent's Magazine, Westchester Family, Westchester Baby and Multiplicity Magazine. Jane has written and photographed several books including 'Capturing Every Day Life' - the no-nonsense guide to photographing your kids, the children's book 'Where is Charlie's Nose?' and the soon to be published children's book 'New York is My Playground'. Jane also teaches photography workshops including teaching parents how to photograph their children, professional photography classes as well as mentors upcoming photographers.
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The author pens "Capturing Every Day Life", a simple, well written, easy to follow guide with beautiful pictures on how to photographing infants and kids. I loved how she introduces the different types of cameras and tips on how to buy the right one. Highly recommended for everyone, not just those who loves to take pictures of their children.
I give "Capturing Every Day Life" a 5 star rating.
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