This Mother’s Day, set out to capture a beautiful photo of mom.
With my dear friend, Sarah Wilkerson — the fearless and beautiful CEO of Clickin Moms, (if you haven’t checked out the wealth of photo inspiration at Clickin Moms, you must) — and my awesome team of CONFIDENCE teachers around the country, together we have come together to give you 24 different photo tips for helping mom shine in a photo!
Photos of mom are so important, they are the visual legacy we leave our children. When my kids are older, I want them to have a rich collection of images of their mama so their kids, and the generations to follow, will know how much I loved life. Even though I endured seasons of great pain and deep loss, their mama still shined from within.
Photo: Brian Tausend / Sitting on top of Egypt’s Sand Dunes, 2013.
Every mom has that beautiful, inner, shining spirit. Here are 24 ways for to you to capture it this Mother’s Day.
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13 Ways to Engage the Photographer in Your Kids (from Me Ra and her two kids!)
Me Ra Koh loves cameras, kids, and parents, and spends her life bringing them together. See her new show Capture Your Story with Me Ra Koh on Disney Junior. Her book Your Baby in Pictures is a national bestseller. She is honored to be one of SONY’s Artisans of Imagery. Me Ra and her team of certified teachers lead CONFIDENCE photography workshops for women nationwide. She has been featured in The New York Times, Parenting, American Baby, Popular Photography, and her photography has been on exhibit from San Fransisco to New York. You can find her at merakoh.com.