Kids Photography Delhi – Blog
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Thoughts & Reviews
2013 – The Year’s Review “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” 2013 has been a significant year for us. After almost 2 years of...
Hasselblad H5D-50 For the last couple of years I’ve been using a Hasselblad camera. Most of my shoots have been with a rental in London as buying this this beast is not feasible for me at that time. In 2013, however, I decided to invest in one and get the...
Aaleahya – The Dreamer Little Aaleahya was always considered to be a dreamer; she told many stories to her friends at school and even to her family. She was an only child and as a result she spent most of her time playing with her dolls and wondering what it...
Samaira’s Surprise Samaira loved everything about her grandmother’s generation: the cars, the fashions, the foods, the music, the literature, and the dances. Each Saturday, Samaira and her grandmother would sing songs her grandmother recalled from her youth. They...
In 2013, we launched Shipra and Amit Chhabra Photography with the goal to offer the best portfolio services in Delhi Gurgaon Noida (NCR) India. Our goal is not just to be the best portrait photographer in Delhi – we want to create a little more joy in this big ol’...
The Importance of Patience Today I think about patience. Patience is one of the most important qualities we possess as humans, listed as one of the Seven Heavenly Virtues, yet it seems that patience is losing value in a world that has become obsessed with instant...
Fortis La Femme Greater Kailash Hurray! New moms and would be moms. Your baby now becomes a model as soon as he or she is born. We are very proud to announce our tie up with Fortis La Femme Greater Kailash and are honoured that we will be taking those first pictures...
Collaboration with Fortis Mamma Mia Another BIG collaboration. We are honoured that Fortis Mamma Mia, Shalimar Bagh, one of Delhi’s biggest hospital facility, would be decorating their walls with our newborn and children photographs. We are currently in the process of...
Celebrating 5000 Birth’s with Apollo Cradle Happy to announce our partnership with Apollo Cradle, Gurgaon – as part of this partnership the Cradle walls will be decorated with our newborn and children photography. We are also the official partners for the May...
Children, they are best subjects to ever pose in front of a camera! They are always beautiful and exude innocence that captures the heart. But how do we get the best photograph of your little angel? Simply, by going down on their level. Kids photography is an art form, as well as a privilege – a privilege to freeze time, and save it for posterity.
Little Cherub Kisses Babies are hardest to picture. In their innocence, they keep on moving and exploring the world around them. With this, it would be best to give them something to hold on to or something to play with. A rattle, a musical mobile hanging above their crib, or a red balloon! Going down on their level, by lying beside them on a baby rug, or towel will allow you to get their most natural of poses. Capture the moment in time by taking multiple photographs and choosing the best.
Soothing music and taking care of not using glaring lights will ensure a beautiful baby portrait that you will cherish close to your heart. Toddlers are always on the move. Preparing a bright and playful environment that will feed the fancy of the child, long enough to take a picture. Everything that a child does at this stage in his life is memorable. A little boy tracing the surface of a rock with his fingers and staring with awe; or a little girl giggling as she is pulling petals from a flower. Be at eye level with them so you can see the wonder that they are seeing.
School age Kids are easier to photograph. They have longer attention spans and can follow directives. Capture them exuding innocence and exploring the beauty around them. A child is only a child once, and it is every parent’s dream to freeze the moment for all time.
Photography for Kids: Providing a Sense of Individuality
The art of photography requires skill, focus and specific knowledge, both of math, chemistry, physics, programming and the subjective skill of art conception, either you are working with an analogical camera or a digital one. Despite kids cannot get absolutely skilled and ready to shoot several professional/artsy photos alike after some months of practice (like an adult), the introduction of this art will heavily contribute for the development of their knowledge and comprehension of such things, as well as, above all things, they will have resources for self expression, the development of their creativity and individuality.
To photograph is to picture the world with your own eyes and gaze upon reality with your individual sensibility. This is beyond positive for the formation of any human being. As the world gets more digital/virtual than tangible with every new gadget that is released in the market, working on digital photography is an excellent way to do not push kids on the contraflow of the evolution and provide some familiar way for them to practice the formation of their own gaze upon the world they live in.
Even with digital photography, kids will get increasingly skilled with math concepts, since they have to deal with numbers of exposure to light, the relation of time of exposition and movement, as well as they will learn fractions and proportions. This all develops their logical capabilities and will be reflected on their school results, not to mention how the own concepts of photography improve their sensibility and development of critical thinking.
Like in cinema, they will learn how much they can express and say with an image according to how they frame their subjects. From above or from below, they can notice how one way will value and improve the subject, while other will dim and make it inferior or fragile. The development of this kind of gaze expand their consciousness and ability to analyse and comprehend, as well to study and get interested about subjects and naturally dissect them once they get used to do so with the subjects of their pictures, which will never be captured only once.
Kids photographing don’t have to do it pursuing an art career or because they are naturally artistic. Any kid can benefit from photography. Like music, it is a quite comprehensive art craft that will introduce them to a big array of different fields of knowledge, contributing for both left and right sides of the brain to develop in synch as well as it is considerably less expensive, easier to learn and a freestyle kind of art conception. Open up their eyes for a new world only they can see in the way they are meant to see it.
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