Capture Bright and Professional Looking iPhone Photos of Your Children Now
Mar 15, 2018 | By: Annie Vovan
Do you secretly wish your Instagram feed looked consistent? Do your kids do ah-dorable things at home (or out and about).... and you *wish* you knew how to capture them? But not matter what you've tried, your photos seem dark, they lack life, and you want to up your photography game? I hear you! I am the mom with a 32 Gig phone because I love capturing their every move.
From photographing newborns to toddlers, there is a special approach to photographing this age group of the non-verbal humans we've created! During those early years, you unfortunately can't reason with them or really direct them to look your way! And as much as you value photography, it feels like an uphill battle getting really beautiful photos taken with your phone! Here's the harsh truth, babies and toddlers are very challenging to direct in photos. Trust me, I've begged my kids to look at the camera and itwill usually backfires.
I now have tricks I use, and I want to teach you mama!
I am 1000% a better and more attuned photographer once I became a mom. And while I love to capture you polished and looking amazing in portraits for your annual family photo, I know that I can help make your daily photos more bright and professional looking.
I also know that you have ZERO time to learn anything that has fluff, so my upcoming course will be in bitesized pieces and include all ways of learning--- visual images, audio examples and samples for you to tackle photography. You'll learn at your own pace, but I'll light a fire for you to get through the material so your iPhone game can explode!
It's been 12 years since I've been a photographer, but the last 4 years as a mama trying to capture my kid took a lot of practice in getting the photos edited as close to my professional photos as possible. I am now ready to teach all moms how to achieve bright and airy iPhone photos. Enough with the sad, dark, unlit photos that aren't joyous. Imagine photos on your wall (ok, also on your IG feed) that looks so consistent, beautiful and BRIGHT.
These photos are taken and edited on my phone, only using instagram tools. I did not use any paid apps or free apps.
This March, I created a survey to discover what my audience's pain points were. And now the course is on its way, here are the results for far!I'm still collecting data all of March!
There's still lime to weigh in! The more you lend your voice to the course content, the more YOU will get out of it! Here's the survey! If you want to be the first to get the course at a huge limited discount when it launches, make sure you are signed up for Avenue Mama Mail as I'll be launching the course for mamas there!
I'll see you on the other side of your photography skills,