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Tip of the Week

@littlechapandpup

Shawnna said:
It’s not always easy to get both a toddler and a dog to do what you envision, but I’d say my number one tip is to get them interested in the location I want to capture them in and then give them something to do (eat a sandwich, give pup a treat, explore the tree, play with a stick). This way I can try to capture an authentic (often candid) moment in their surroundings. And when it comes to kissing pictures, they love to kiss each other so just ask them to and they pretty much will in any location or situation. ☺️

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@chelsea_kaufman_photography

Chelsea said:
Ahhh thank you so very much for the feature @camera_mama 🙏🏽😘🖤 and your kind words!!! Nothing special for editing … I applied an Embrace preset with tweaks, adjusted my temp warmer quite a bit, and upped my saturation on my color sliders on my warmer colors. I played around with my tones a bit since they have three different skin tones and moms hair is white. I finished in Imagenomic Portraiture to get it a bit creamier. This was a very dark day but the fall colors were a huge help to get this warmth. Plus they are adorable which is always a plus.

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@yana_kiesau

Yana said:
Here are my TIPS: 1.) plan your box layout in advance, especially if you have multiple people per box, so the final image is well balanced in terms of composition and color.  2.) Having some overlap between boxes (even if it’s just a hand or a foot dangling into another one) adds a lot of visual interest and it’s fun to plan. 3.) Experiment with colors! That’s what I had the most fun doing here. In this case, I used the Hue panel in photoshop to change the original beige/light brown color of the box. I feel it really helped the costumes pop.

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