1. Be prepared! Keep your camera ready and loaded with film.
2. Choose a location where people feel comfortable. For example, photograph them involved in their favorite activities or in their natural environment.
3. Work quickly. People’s patience can run out fast.
4. Don’t be afraid to get close. Often times, close-ups result in more personal and expressive images.
5. Pay attention to the background. Plain and simple backgrounds are key so the focus remains on the subject.

Baby

baby crawling