I’m one of Me Ra’s trained, certified CONFIDENCE teacher Cathy Mores, with my favorite 8 photo tips for photographing kids in the snow this winter! It seems like we have all had our share of snow lately, haven’t we? For some of our kiddos, this winter is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Seeing their reactions to those first snowy footsteps and the feeling of sledding downhill are moments they’ll remember forever. Here are eight quick photo tips to make the most of those memories!
1. Look for ways to create contrast. This time of year can be so gray and dreary. Using a pop of color, or the contrast of shadows, can create depth and texture to your pictures. In the following image, my son’s red jacket stands out against the crisp white snow and peeks of fresh blue sky. If it’s just too gray and overcast, use trees or other elements of your surroundings to show the difference between the earth and the sky. This can help bring dimension and depth to your image, too.