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watch with brown leather band by Amy Schuff

An introvert’s 5 step guide to photography sessions

There’s a misconception when it comes to viewing photographers, that they are a generalized bunch of loud, boisterous, eccentric, extroverted people. I’m here to let you in on a little secret. We’re not all extroverts, in fact, I’d be willing to bet that out of all the photographers you knew, the majority of us would come out on the introverted side of things.

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Kimberly Walla

19 irresistibly cute photos of boys being boys

Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails
That’s what little boys are made of

One of our favorite posts here on the Clickin Moms blog each month is this one, the monthly member share. We love throwing a theme out to the forum members and seeing how they interpret it. This month, guest judge Kim Pennington chose the theme of ‘Boys’ and there were so many fantastic images submitted. Enjoy…

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sister spraying sister with a water hose by Melissa Gibson

4 keys to making fun photos that will make you smile

As a mom, it seems as though I’m always wanting things ‘just so’. Clean faces, clean rooms, children who are following the rules and not climbing the walls. However, I’ve found out that breaking the rules will result in fun, happy, and joyful moments for my children as well as for myself. It’s when I’m letting go, being patient and allowing my kids to be themselves that the great images unfold.

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backlit maternity portrait by Elizabeth Blank 2

Photographer Shoot-Out: Elizabeth Blank & Courtney Larson

It’s easy to get preoccupied with what everyone else is shooting and how. What we have to do, as cliche as it sounds, is stay true to ourselves. Once you have the basics down, you have to shoot what you love and in your own way. Just because one photographer sees a subject in a certain way doesn’t mean that you have to see that same subject in the exact same way as there are many, many correct ways to photograph a subject. To express that point, here is another installment of our photographer shoot-outs with CMpros Elizabeth Blank and Courtney Larson!

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