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  1. Use different angles. I love to shoot up at kids while they are siting doing a project, getting their hands and face. I also like to have them climb up on a play structure and shoot up at them with the blue sky as a backdrop. Also shooting up a tube slide with them at the top is a good one too.

    Get in tight. A good super close up that has no distracting background. It is ok to cut off a chin or forhead.

    Random, unplanned, non-stagged photos! Don’t ask them to smile or look at the camera. One of my favorite pics of my kids is from the back as they walked holding hands away from me.

  2. The best shots are when you least expect them. Don’t worry if they’re not smiling in every shot. It’s nice to look back and see what life was really like.

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