Upload Your Favorite Amateur Photos to Kelsh’s Facebook Page, “How to Photograph Your Baby,” and Receive Professional-Level Tips for Improvement Mixed with a Dose of Humor
If you ever dreamed of having a renowned professional photographer provide constructive feedback on your amateur family photos, now is your chance.
Nick Kelsh, photographer and author of nine books including the best-selling, “How to Photograph Your Baby” (HowToPhotographYourBaby.com) and “Naked Babies,” will provide a free assessment of your photos via his Facebook page, “How to Photograph Your Baby.” Just upload your photo and Nick provides feedback on a daily basis.
Mixed in with Kelsh’s didactic advice on anything such as lighting, distance, cropping and composition is a good dose of the photographer’s humor.
After reading the manual on her camera from cover to cover, Facebook fan Kathy McLoud Dammes could not figure out how to take indoor pictures that are not dark or blurry. Kelsh’s response: “Kathy, you’re a train wreck! We have to get you fixed.” The photographer then personally resolved McLoud Dammes’ issues.
Sharlene Meestma Hyink was having trouble aligning her subjects in front of a horizontal line. Kelsh quickly helped her out with this perplexing issue. Says Meestma Hyink, “I have learned a lot from reading your page. I don’t know of many professional photographers that would take the time that you have to look at all our photos and give us suggestions the way you have.”
Kelsh is happy to help. “By offering assistance to amateur photographers via my ‘How to Photograph Your Baby’ Facebook page, anyone can capture memories effortlessly and compose images that will be cherished for years to come,” says Kelsh.
For more information, visit “How to Photograph Your Baby” on Facebook.
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