When you’re composing your image, one thing to think about is where you are in relation to your subject.
Changing your point of view can entirely change an image.
When you’re looking through your viewfinder after you’ve composed your image, take a step to your right or left and notice how the image changes.
Consider your height; are you at eye level with your subject or looking down at them? Photographing from below your subject will create a feeling of height. Conversely, photographing from above them will make them appear smaller. The best thing that you can do is to experiment with perspective to see how it changes your pictures.
Real Life Family Photography is Amy Drucker’s guide to going beyond the birthday snapshot and learning how to take inspired and unposed family photographs that capture the ages and stages of family life. Real Life Family Photography puts an end to awkward family photos, encouraging you to take inspiration from the every day details, while offering tips on fundamental techniques such as exposure, composition, lighting and focus. There’s even advice on how to photograph babies and pets, giving you the knowledge and freedom you need to take unique, frame-worthy pictures.