Children and Family Photography with Tamara Lackey [IP68]

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In this episode, Jim talks with the well-known and incredibly talented children and family photographer Tamara Lackey.  Tamara is a working photographer, workshop instructor, and author.

What’s in this episode

  • How to pose children for casual psuedo-candid photos
  • Tamara’s lighting setup for portrait photography
  • Finding and choosing locations for portrait photography
  • Marketing your photography
  • and more!

Resources mentioned in this episode

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Comments from the I.P. Community

  1. Eduard Kooij says

    Take a fun portraits of each family member. This way you will be able to make a digital collage and creativity in a little bit in the end with an exceptional picture. Individual portraits can be posed with a favorite toy or pet or near the car. This will how about each person’s history and character can be really interesting to look at.

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