Welcome to Dadtography's Photography Tips for Parents!
Photography tips and tricks litter the web, but many of them don't quite work for us. That's why Dadtography.com is launching a new photography tips for parents blog post series. The introduction of smart phones with hi-resolution cameras means the convenience of having a camera with us at all times makes it easier now than ever to capture more of our family's special moments.
How does a parent go from taking so-so everyday photos to taking share-worth and scrapbook-worthy photos everyday? With a little help from Dadtography.com, that's how!
Introducing Dadtography 101
The Dadtography 101, photography tips for parents series seeks to help parents do just that. We want to help you be a better photographer everyday by providing photography tips tailored just for parents. Our tips will speak your language (no technical mumbo jumbo) and will get straight to the point, with actionable steps for you to snap better photos starting today!
Featured Photography Post:
We all want better photos, but where do we start?
We start with the basics of photography and work our way up. That's what we teach our kids, right? Get good at the basics first, then take on the fancy stuff. Our posts will start out with core photography topics and will get more specific and advanced as you progress.
We recommend you start at the beginning of the series and read the posts in order. But if you're already familiar with a topic, you can always skip ahead to one you're less familiar with.
This page will serve as the "hub" for the series. All new Dadtography 101, photography tips for parents posts will show up here as they are published, so be sure to check back often. You can also subscribe to Dadtography.com and be notified of new topics as well.
Photography Tips & Dadtography 101 Posts
Luminar 2018 Review – An overview of the updated photo editing suite for amateurs and non-professional photographers.
A Luminar 2018 review – hands-down our favorite multi-purpose photo editor on the market. Dadtography has a pre-release look at this photo editing suite.Read This Post
After taking roughly 15,000 family vacation photos over the past 5 years, I came up with this list of my top tips for family travel photography.Read This Post
Dadtography announces our photo sharing contest on Instagram. Add #Dadtography to your photos and follow @DanielRuyter on Instagram to enter and win prizes!Read This Post
Everyone is new to photography when they first start out. But there are definitely a few lessons new photographers should learn fast, so they can stop being “new photographers” and start honing their craft.Read This Post
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Check out our top 6 tips to startup your new wedding photography business. Run your business; don’t let it run you.Read This Post
Yes, you can create beautiful HDR (high dynamic range) photos without having to use a tripod. Here’s how we did it – with real example bracketed photos.Read This Post