Monday, April 25, 2016

TUESDAY SPECIAL: ADORABLE CHILDREN PHOTOS -

ADORABLE CHILDREN PHOTOS
EXTRA SPECIAL GALLERY OF 
INTERESTING PHOTOS

I DON'T THINK WE CAN EVER GET ENOUGH OF THIS, SO, I THOUGHT I WOULD RUN THIS AS A SPECIAL GALLERY.  A SELECTION OF PHOTOS OF JUST CUTE, ADORABLE CHILDREN PHOTOS, FOUND THROUGHOUT THE INTERNET THAT ARE MEANT TO BE SHOWN TO THE WORLD.  HOPE YOU ENJOY THESE:

Rainy days have long been a great excuse for staying inside, bundling up and lazing around. The cold, wet, grey weather can be so dreary, so who really wants to be outside anyway? Well, as much as a dark, rainy day can make any adult want to hide away, the freshly wet world can be a playground for children… especially when there are adorable little ducks involved:
child plays with ducks photo
“Rainy Day Friends” by Jake Olson (Via 500px. Click image to see full size.)
This image, captured by outdoor portrait photographer Jake Olson, is one in a series of toddler and duck photos. The smile on the child’s face, along with the bright yellows of the raincoat, hat, boots, and ducks, is a delightful contrast to the surrounding rain smeared world.
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You are awaiting the birth of your baby with much anticipation, and the first thing on your to-do list is to look for a newborn photographer to capture those first few moments of your blissful baby’s innocent face. Even if you are not hiring a professional, with these tips you can take beautiful pictures of your little angel in her heavenly bliss.
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If you are contemplating being your baby’s photographer yourself, you do not need to rush and capture only the first few moments after your baby’s birth. Unlike a professional photographer, you have a lot of time at your disposal and you can easily pace yourself according to your baby’s moods and your own comfort up to a month post delivery. In fact, giving your photographic expedition some time, you can capture your baby’s subtle changes with precision while making it a low-stress affair.

Pick out the right time of the day to capture snapshots of your baby. For instance, capture him post meal when he is contented to the core. Take pictures during the morning hours when he is refreshed and comfortable in a warm room. If she is sleeping, do not attempt to wake her up as she may turn cranky and mar all your efforts. Instead capture that innocent face while it dreams away, and save her awake photos for some other day. The background should be equally done up in the right hues with baby blankets and pillows.

Proper lighting is one of the most important aspects of newborn photography. Of course, you do not want your baby to be cast in a way as to make him look like a babe from a horror flick. Make sure lighting is flattering and is flowing down from above so that your baby glows in an angelic halo. Natural light is the best choice for your baby and the trick is to experiment with various angles to get the right expressions and shadows.

The pink, soft lips, the round nose, the scanty, spiky hair, or the funny, adorable expression as your baby sleeps—who wants to part with these? Be prepared with your camera and macro lens to capture these special little details. Freeze the moment when he clasps your finger with his tiny little hands or capture a yawn with his tiny little eyes closed.
photographing babies and siblings

Your newborn baby in your toddler’s lap can be a beautiful picture if taken correctly, but it also presents a whole lot of challenges. Placing the baby on a two year old’s lap can anything but easy, and you need to make sure that you get the right expressions from both your darlings to make a photo of a lifetime. Involve your partner to ignite a smile on the face of the older child while you act quick lightning to capture shots in a sequence.
Remember: be a happy parent to capture happy shots. Patience is required when you have been blessed with the boon of motherhood or fatherhood. Nothing seems more enjoyable than capturing the beautiful expressions of your little one.
About the Author
Kea Jones is a Neenah, Wisconsin based photographer and has great interest in writing. She loves to write about photography, entertainment, fashion, and other trends. In this article, she writes about tips for photographing a newborn.
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Photo Credit:  likesuccess.com
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Photo Credit:  Lilia Alvarado  (once posted as "Photo of the Week")
Photo Credit:  Horacio Martins (once chosen as "Photo of the Week")
Photo credit:  Ghazali Sanusi (once a "Photo of the Week")
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"twins" photo credit:  briefreport.co.uk
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Now when you look at those photos, you just go Ahhhh.  So, cute.  Well, enjoy this special moments.  Mother's day is just around the corner, and many of those mothers will reflect on those special times with those precious little babies.  So, I hope you enjoyed this small gallery of children's photos. Please share these with your friends.

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