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Jeanie Miglis
(321) 223-8993
1385 S.Wickham Rd
Melbourne, FL
Miglis Photography

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Richard Flutie
(321) 255-2436
2006 Bottlebrush Drive
Melbourne , FL
Photographic Specialities
Portrait \ Sports
Richard Flutie Photography
PPA Degrees: Craftsman Photographer

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Karl Leopold
(321) 723-0231
920 N A1A Hwy
Indialantic, FL
Photographic Specialities
Animals/Pets \ Children \ Fashion/Models \ Maternity \ NILMDTS \ Portrait \ Wedding
Images 4 Ever Photography

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Nance E Photography
(321) 728-4532
1395 Lerici Street Northwest
Palm Bay, FL
Skip Combs Photography
(321) 768-1717
308 South Babcock Street
Melbourne, FL
Marquis Campbell
(321) 722-0409
1063 Del Mar Circle
West Melbourne, FL
Photographic Specialities
Families \ Portrait \ Sports \ Wedding
Marquis Campbell Photography

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Arturo Macias
3338 Robert Trent Jones Dr Unit 408
Windermere, FL
Photographic Specialities
Children \ Fashion/Models \ Maternity \ Portrait \ Wedding
FPP Degrees: Florida Education Degree

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Maria Dockery
(321) 610-7740
2771 Englewood Dr.
Melbourne, FL
Maria Dockery Photography

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Dean Stewart Photography DSP
(321) 952-9876
801 East Hibiscus Boulevard
Melbourne, FL
Miller James Photographers
(321) 951-3638
909 East New Haven Avenue Suite 11
Melbourne, FL
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First birthday ideas: Take beautiful First Birthday baby photos - Page 2

How best to showcase Baby

The first rule of taking great baby photos: Keep your camera handy at all times. And be sure to ask other family members and friends to capture some great shots during Baby's first birthday party!

As Paul van Weert, author of the Digital Photography Tutorial guide puts it, "A special moment is lost before you know it. Have your camera ready. "

  • Photos of the baby should focus on the baby: The background should be kept simple—not cluttered with chairs, baby toys, or other children running around.
  • Limit other visual distractions: Patterned or heavily colored clothing can distract from the baby's face. For the best photos, choose simple, light and solid-colored clothing. Similarly, try to limit the range of colors in the photo.
  • Zoom in: Don't just get close. Get as close as your lens will allow. Do an extreme close up.
  • Babies' huge eyes are especially important: Try to get the eyes sharply in focus. Avoid red eye by not using flash if outdoors. Use lots of natural light when taking photos near windows. You also can try the red eye reduction function on your camera. And if necessary, you can use a red-eye reduction tool in almost any photo software program.
  • Go for variety: Shoot some photos for dramatic effect. Don't show the whole baby, for example. Show only her legs, or only his hands.

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First birthday ideas: Take beautiful First Birthday baby photos - Page 3

beautiful baby picturesMore spectacular baby photo ideas:

  • Don't just wait for a smile: Capture the abundant emotions of the baby—happy and sad, silly, mischievous, or surprised.
  • Props are OK: Even ordinary props can become very funny with a baby. Like a baby with big adult shoes, big sunglasses, or a funny shirt.
  • Vary locations and angles: Take pictures of your baby having fun in different settings, or sleeping in strange positions.
  • Show how little he or she really is: Take photos that emphasize Baby's proportions—e.g., tiny feet or fingers. Make your photo striking by shooting Baby's hand holding Dad's, Grandma's, or Grandpa's hand.
  • Be sure to get the traditional images, too: First birthday cake on your little one's face? Grab the camera, of course! There's never been a bad photo of a baby enjoying his or her first birthday cake!

To see the entire baby photo guide by Digital Photography Tutorial, click here .

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