When I’m scrolling on Instagram or looking through images after a shoot, some images just stand out and capture my attention more than others!
In this family portrait session, I’m showing you an example of an average photo and then one that stands out and draws me in!
The best part? BOTH PHOTOS WERE TAKEN IN THE SAME LOCATION…
So, what made one just ok and the other got framed as a 16×24 over their mantle in their living room?
There were several factors that went into this.. my lens choice, composition, lighting, and getting the kids to smile at the same time!
But in today’s Youtube episode, you can watch me behind the scenes! You’ll see me interacting with them, posing them and the quick decisions I made to turn a mediocre picture into an epic portrait!
This episode is also giving you a sneak peek into KJ All Access!! There are several family sessions now in the vault and the feedback has been SO ENCOURAGING!!!!
You can watch at the link below! And if you want to join me for our monthly Members Meet Up call on Zoom, join NOW!!
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