Want to get fun, surprising, gorgeous pictures rather than usual boring images when taking photos with your iPhone? Make your photo taking experience a lot more fun with the InstaFun app! So, what’s the fun in the InstaFun?
You choose a fun template, aim the camera at somebody (or yourself) and snap! What you will get is not an ordinary iPhone photo, but a fun photomontage (like those shown below):
Want to share the fun? Post resulting montages easily to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook and surprise your friends! The app is available for free here. You can also scan the QR code to get the app on your iPhone:
Kids are a great subject for photography. They are genuine, full of emotion and… aren’t they the sweetest things? Besides, they grow up too fast, so every photo becomes a treasure.
Photographing children is fun, but not an easy task: kids are always on the move, and phrases like “hold it” or “freeze” carry very little weight with them
Неre are a few tips and tricks that can help you get the best possible results when photographing children.
1. Get down to the child’s eye level.
Kids are short, you are not. If you shoot from an adult’s perspective, pictures will have the same downward angle. So the main rule is: get down on their level. The best way to do so is to kneel down or even lie on the floor/ ground so that the camera is on the same level with the kid’s eyes. Naturally, you may get dirty but with this small change, you’ll get much more intimate shots.
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