If you're taking photos of your family over the summer, you're probably going to experience the same problem photographers everywhere face. THE SUN.
It creates beautiful colours and makes the scenery glow golden, but unfortunately it isn't the kind of light that flatters faces. It causes strong shadows and highlights, and squinting eyes at best.
Read on to find my 7 top tips on how to capture better photos of your family in the sun, whether at home or on holiday this summer.
I often hold camera masterclasses during which we go through lots of camera tips and practice on how to get out of automatic mode, learning some of the settings, going through how I choose my typical camera settings, covering some photography composition “rules” and when to break them, as well as answering some of your' own burning questions.
Here are my answers to the first of the two most common photography questions I get asked:
“How can I make it [taking photos] fun with the kids, as most of the time the introduction of the camera breaks the moment?”