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Child's Play: Simple Tips for Photographing Children

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Kids grow up in a snap. But take great photos of your children and you'll have beautiful keepsakes forever. Join blogger and photographer Jennifer Borget and see how there's more to taking great pictures than simply breaking out your smartphone.

Jennifer shares easy-to-follow hints, tips and advice, including:

  • Basic DSLR camera settings and functions
  • How to capture candid moments at home
  • How to get a squirmy child to sit still (at least long enough for a photo!)
  • Extracting natural smiles
  • Great ways to compose a "good shot"
  • Creating photos you'll want to print and hang on your wall


Don't let another milestone or memory pass you by. Learn to take better photographs today and you'll enjoy them forever.







  • Introduction (1:23)
  • Recommended Gear and Camera Settings (5:16)
  • Composition and Backgrounds (4:56)
  • Embracing the Candid (8:49)
  • Working with Available Light (9:55)
  • A Few Tips for Photographing Babies (10:22)
  • On the Run: Photographing Toddlers (4:29)
  • Two or More? Sibling Photo Tricks (4:20)
  • Getting Yourself in the Photos (5:37)
  • What Next? Saving and Sharing Your Memories (5:20)







Jennifer Borget

Jennifer Borget

After the birth of her daughter, Jennifer fell in love with photography. Since then, the award-winning broadcast journalist and blogger from Austin, Texas, has shared her skills with millions of parents, including viewers of The Today Show, and readers of The Huffington Post and Parenting.com. Her passion for capturing stories about family life through photos and video inspired her award-winning parenting blog, Cherish365.com.