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Taking that perfect photograph of your children can be very difficult - babies present a challenge because they are largely unanimated, whilst younger children present exactly the opposite problem, they can move too quickly! Here are some tips to think about when trying to capture those special moments:-
Different cameras come with different preset modes. Some of the modes will give you really neat effects when photographing children:-
Photography is so much easier, and many times cheaper than when we grew up. As a result, your children will grow up with many more photographs of them than we probably have of our own childhood. They'll treasure their childhood photos later in life, so make sure you take pictures regularly and build a portfolio of their early years especially for them!
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