Epiphanie Bags, Kelly Moore Bag, Jo Totes, Jill-e bags — the list of chic camera bags on the market now goes on. Bethesda, MD engagement photographer provides a list of some of these new camera bags, which are primarily aimed at female photographers, but practical for moms, too, and even options for dads (and male photographers who don’t want the boring black bag, either!).
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In Part 2, I suggest specific features that should (or should not) be high-priority items for you as parents looking for a camera: minimal shutter delay, image quality, flash and zoom; as well as a quick look at some more fun features, like a second LCD screen or waterproofing, that might just make up the perfect point and shoot camera for you as a parent.
It may be the photographer that ultimately takes the picture, but parents trying to get pictures of their kids can be helped along by owning the right equipment to give them the best chance! The first in a two-part series/tutorial meant to help educate parents about the different cameras they can consider if they want to get better pictures of their kids.
Child portraits with a phone? You betcha!
In honor of Spring Cleaning time, here are some tips for not only taking better pictures of the things you want to sell on Craigslist, but also for posting those pictures nice and big in your ad, rather than small and blurry at the end.