Tag: photography

  • Camera Lens: The ‘Nifty Fifty’
    Camera Lens: The ‘Nifty Fifty’
    In part four of this photography series, professional photographer, Ian Taylor, covers the importance of having a specific lens to capture pictures of your kids, because what you see is what you get.
  • Framing in Photography: Getting Down to Their Level!
    Framing in Photography: Getting Down to Their Level!
    In part three of Ian Taylor’s series on taking the best candid pictures of your kids, we’ll be looking at framing and how to make your child the center of attention in your photos.
  • Capturing Magic with Light
    Capturing Magic with Light
    In this next instalment of his series on how to take great candid photos of your kids, Ian Taylor shares his tips on using light.
  • Be Your Own Family Photographer
    Be Your Own Family Photographer
    In this series, photographer Ian Taylor will be laying out the steps to becoming an accomplished natural-light candid photographer and snap some moments of your kids. By Ian TaylorThere seems to be an unspoken rule that you must hire a professional photographer to get timeless images of your kids. Not true! Anyone with a kid and […]
  • Lighting: An Essential Ingredient for Great Photos
    Lighting: An Essential Ingredient for Great Photos
    Ian Taylor shares his expert tips for using natural light to your advantage when taking photos of your family in Bangkok.  By Ian Taylor  Making a nice photo is like making a decent meal. You get a bunch of ingredients together and combine them. No matter how skilled the chef or photographer, ultimately, the results rest […]
  • Take Better Photos of Your Children: Change Your Perspective
    Take Better Photos of Your Children: Change Your Perspective
    Taking great photos may seem impossible when you have an active toddler running around. Ian Taylor shares his quick tips to improve your photos in the first of a series of articles. First up, he explains the ‘light, frame and moment’ approach so you can start to see a difference in your photos!  By Ian […]