- Katie Martin-Sperry
How to get good photos of your kids on the move using your iPhone
I have recently upgraded to a new model of iPhone and it is amazing what phones can do these days. In the past I have run iPhone workshops, but with the updating of phones, I need to roll out new sessions as there are some wonderful new featured on the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Below is a little taster of what I offer in my iPhone workshop. I will be out of a job soon, with the ever evolving cameras on smart phones, the key is really know how to use them. Below are just a few tips. Try a few of these little pointers this week to see if it makes a difference.
New iPhone photography workshops coming soon.
1. Use Burst Mode: Burst mode will allow you to capture multiple shots in quick succession and increase your chances of getting that perfect moment.
2. Take Advantage of Natural Light: Natural light is always your best bet when photographing kids. It will help avoid harsh shadows and make the colours in your photos more vibrant.
3. Use the Rule of Thirds: The rule of thirds will help you create dynamic compositions that draw the eye to the subject of your photo.
4. Get Close: Get as close as you can to your subject to capture all the details of the moment.
5. Shoot from Different Angles: Shoot from different angles to get creative and interesting shots. Get low like your subject to get a better angle.
6. Capture Movement: Capture the action and the movement of your subject by using a slower shutter speed.
7. Have Fun: Don’t be afraid to be silly and have fun with your little one. They’ll appreciate it and you’ll have a blast!