It’s Day #4 of Me Ra Koh‘s easy photography tips for capturing the stories that happen in your family’s home every day! Today’s video segment, brought to you by Disney, features some great tips on how to best capture your kids with their pets. While we already touched base on photographing kids with their active pets on Monday, this segment is perfect for you if your child has a pet different than the typical dog or cat.
Does your child have a pet that lives in a confined habitat, such as a turtle, hamster or fish? Have you ever thought about or tried photographing your child with his or her pet in their habitat? When I was 12, I tried to take photos of myself with my blue guppy, Elvis, who lived in this really cool mock gumball machine fish tank. While the photos documented me at the age of 12 and proved I had a fish, my photos lacked creativity and didn’t tell a story.
In this video, you will be blown away by Me Ra’s creative and inspiring images of her neighbor with his fish. She uses a very simple set up to create images with maximum impact and showcase the connection between this young boy and his pet. Love it!
Are you interested in learning how to better capture your family’s stories with your camera? Do you know a deserving lady (wife, mom, sister, friend) who would LOVE to take a fun and inspiring photography workshop that will equip her with the knowledge and confidence to change her photos overnight? Give the gift that keeps on giving and book her (or you) a spot in my Budding Confidence workshop! Learn more about my being one of 14 Me Ra Koh Certified Teachers across the country and about the workshop by reading my workshop blog post…then head on over to my bio page on Me Ra Koh’s website to book a spot for my upcoming workshop February 23rd! If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 912.222.8369!
I’ll see you back here tomorrow with more photography tips from Me Ra Koh!