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Video Blog Tip – Getting True Smiles | Huntsville Madison Alabama Children Family Photographer

My second attempt at a video blog post – I’m getting better, only took me 5 takes this time!!!  Anyway…  I get asked alot by moms how I get kids to look at me and get true smiles out of them.  Here is just one quick little tip on one thing I do.  I would…

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Free Phone Case Template Download | Madison Huntsville Alabama Photographer

Hope everyone is doing great!  I have been super busy with sessions lately, and one of these days I WILL get around to blogging them!  But in the meantime, just wanted to share a fun little free download.  I made a new phone case for myself and thought I would share my template here.  I…

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Capturing your Christmas | Huntsville Madison Alabama Photography Tips

If you are a picture-snapping fool like my husband and I, then you won’t want to miss capturing holiday memories for years to come –  pictures of the kiddos opening gifts on Christmas morning, family get-togethers, holiday activities, etc.   Since Christmas is approaching quickly, I thought I’d share some of my observations from Christmases…

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Aperture: Is it all a blur?|Huntsville Madison Alabama Photographer

I’ve been asked several times now, “How do you get the subject in focus but the background looks blurry?”  So, I thought it would make for a good blog post!  Here’s an example of what I mean: See how his eyes are sharp, but the sides of his face and shoulders are starting to fall…

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  • Jenny CraigJanuary 6, 2010 - 8:48 am

    Very well written!!! Makes perfect sense! You really have a knack for this. Maybe you should hold some photography classes! Thanks so much Sarah!

  • LisaJanuary 6, 2010 - 9:53 am

    Very well written! This was a difficult concept for me to grasp at first, but it’s really fun once I got the hang of it. And I love my ‘Thrift Fifty’ for shallow DOF shots — the Nikon 50mm f/1.8.

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