So, many a time we go out to shoot with children in an outdoor location hoping everything will go well. But when you are doing a photoshoot outdoors, whether and natural light can often play tricks and to top it all, children may not be in the right mood for the session. In such variable conditions we often do not realise but our most promising shot could end up having a colour cast or even some unwanted objects in the image, because we were so focused on getting the emotion right.
Often I hear photographers say they had to end up sending one of their best shots to the recycle bin, because they could not remove the green colour cast on it or even could not remove the unwanted grass covering the face of the subject.
I have done it so many times myself in the past. Before, of course, I chanced upon this simple workflow to fix the colours in my images and also remove unwanted objects.
What I am going to show you in this post is to make your images workable yet again with the...
I remember when I started newborn photography 7-years-ago, my biggest nightmare was that when I will hold a baby in my arms, they will start to cry and I will not know how to stay calm myself.
And I can tell you... this happened several times over in my earliest newborn baby photoshoots. Until, when I realised that babies feel more comfortable when they are all snuggled up and wrapped like they are still in their mother's womb and that's by far the very first trick in the books that you need to learn to ace your newborn baby photoshoot.
In fact, I would go so far as to say that if you are a new mother and are looking for calming techniques for your babies for those times when you don't really understand why they are crying. For those days when you say "I have fed them. They have pooed. They have slept well. What else?" Those are the days maybe when a little wrapping/ swaddling them up for just five to ten minutes could help calm their baby nerves.
So here is a quick and...