Raise your hand if trying to take a photo of your toddler makes you want to pull out your hair.
Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones who has a quiet 2 year old. If so, you are extremely blessed and should thank your lucky stars. Also, I might hate you just a tiny bit.
If you have a rambunctious toddler like I do, take comfort in knowing that all hope is not lost! It is possible to get a good photo. Even on your phone!
School's been out for two weeks now here in Bellevue, which means it's vacation time! Photos are the best souvenir from vacations. Nothing you buy will evoke more memories than the photos that you take. Recently, we had the joy of taking our first Hawaiian family vacation. Of course, I took more photos than necessary. Looking back on all the photos that I took, I've compiled a list of my top 5 tips for capturing meaningful photos on your family vacation.
We can see light all around us, yet it’s something that is so easily overlooked in everyday life. Light changes constantly from place to place and throughout the day. A good photographer knows how to most effectively use the light available to them. Whether you're taking up photography as a hobby to capture lasting memories of your family or aiming to make photography a career, these tips from Seattle Eastside photographer Jennifer Lukes will give you a great foundation for finding and understanding the light.
Sometimes the silliest things make us happy. A few months ago, Facebook announced that business pages could now have cover videos. I was extremely excited and could not wait to make one.
Do you have a Facebook business page? Would you like a video cover of your own? Then read on as Bellevue Portrait Photographer Jennifer Lukes shows you how to easily create one of your own!