Spring is in the air and it is time for some Easter photo tips! Daffodils and tulips are blooming, and kids are getting super excited for Easter! As a mama of a tween and teen, I’m so glad I captured these photos when the kids were younger. These are the 12 Easter Memories Every Parent Must Photograph (with added Easter photo tips). Why? Years later, you’ll come across them and your heart will smile, remembering the days when egg coloring and finding bunny ears were on the top of your To Do list. Get your camera out. Trust me, you won’t regret it!
Capture the Intense (SERIOUS) Focus that Egg Painting Requires.
Photo Tip: Need help getting all the important details in the shot? Try using camera tilt to give you more wiggle room. Notice how I tilted my camera as I framed this to get those eggs in. Get my latest book in the series, Your Family in Pictures, for more holiday and everyday photo recipes like these Easter photo tips!