How to Photograph Your Baby's First Year [NOOK Book]

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Designed for individuals without a background in photography, this simple guide shows parents how to take the best possible photographs of their child's first year. It is filled with helpful hints for creating high-quality images using simple, inexpensive equipment. Covered first are topics related to baby's first six months, such as getting close, shooting in the hospital, capturing a first smile, and taking baby's first portrait. The second six months are explored next, with tips and techniques for catching ...
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How to Photograph Your Baby's First Year

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Overview

Designed for individuals without a background in photography, this simple guide shows parents how to take the best possible photographs of their child's first year. It is filled with helpful hints for creating high-quality images using simple, inexpensive equipment. Covered first are topics related to baby's first six months, such as getting close, shooting in the hospital, capturing a first smile, and taking baby's first portrait. The second six months are explored next, with tips and techniques for catching baby at play, taking action and beach photos, and capturing baby's first swim, moments in the park, adventures with food, and special occasions. Photo projects that can be accomplished with such common props as a bouncy seat or a sunny window are included, and the three simple steps for setting up any photograph are explained. Included with each photo idea is a trade secret and a helpful tip.

Author Biography: Laurie White Hayball is a cinematographer, fine-art photographer, and the author of Infrared Photography Handbook and Advanced Infrared Photography Handbook. David Hayball is a chief lighting technician for television and a director of photography for short films. They both live in Los Angeles.

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San Diego Family Magazine
Dozens of hints for creating high quality images with simple, inexpensive equipment.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608953707
  • Publisher: Amherst Media, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/1/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 112
  • File size: 4 MB

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Laurie White Hayball is a cinematographer, fine-art photographer, and the author of Infrared Photography Handbook and Advanced Infrared Photography Handbook. David Hayball is a chief lighting technician for television and a director of photography for short films. They live in Los Angeles.
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