It’s officially the holiday season! Whoot whoot! We’ve never sent out family holiday cards before (have you?), but this year, we were really excited about it. We went with our favorite vacation photo, along with two different simple layouts and we added red heart stickers to the envelopes. I’m looking forward to sending them to our friends and relatives, especially those who live an ocean away.
For any photographer, be it a hobbyist or pro running a business, a Day in the Life project can help you grow tremendously.
To document your day, or a child’s day is an important slice of history as well.
When its the last time you charted a day from start to finish? If you never have, hopefully you will find some inspiration to do so now.
Recently, I charted my own day via Instagram. It was a lot easier than suing my dslr but still challenging enough that when it was done,and that final shot was taken, I went to bed completely exhausted and fulfilled knowing I had created my own time capsule to reflect on in the years to come.
Here are some tips on how to make your Day in the Life come to life!
Holiday card photos can be fun for the entire family. Forget about the forced, posed family photo and instead, seize the opportunity to take family photos during outdoor adventures.
Head right outside your home or to a local park. The key for shooting outdoors is to film during the most flattering light. Golden hour never disappoints as the sun drops in the sky and casts a beautiful, warm glow. The golden hour in photography is a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset during when the daylight is softer than full sunlight.