2. Strawberry dress (on our dining room table!)
3: Dress Change
I had more then three layers but really you only have to have one. I'm simply following my outline.
Here's what is going to give you several easy shots.
In the strawberry dress layer I have three positions (poses).
1. Full Body
2. Cropped from waist up
3. Cropped from shoulders up.
Three very differnent looks all from the same postion...even the same photo if you'd like :)
So there you have it. Three different layers, three different positions, three different shots. Easy outline for some great pictures in a flash, ha.
This is what it looks like wrote out:
Pose 1 - Standing
Pose 2 - Sitting
Pose 3 - Laying
Upclose, head turned, silly stuff, etc.
And repeat for Layer 2 and 3.
After taking the first nine shots I grab a few fun things before moving on to a different layer.
Have the kids look towards the sunlight. Such a innocent effect right?
Then I throw in a prop. Belive it or not Cadence picked this. It was in her room waiting to be hung. She thought she looked like a barbie in a box. Of course she has no clue that picture frames in pictures are all the rage right now ;)
And I used a little white chair.
Sometimes while the kiddo is laying I grab one eyelash shot. (really upclose) These are always so pretty in balck and white.
Which reminds me...they don't always have to be smiling. I just love this little face below.
But turn it black and white and I really love it!
And with a little photo shop skills you can switch up the background. I changed this one with one click (paintbucket).
I love to take one with them laying down...and pretend that they are really this sweet and innocents, lol.
And you want to keep them happy. So allow a few silly shots! Afterall itsn't this what she really looks like most of the time?
And when we are all done I tell her to pick her own poses....sometimes they turn out super cute!
OMG if you don't know these two...this pretty much sums it up! Love it.
Start clickin :)