{book review} Mamarazzi : Every Mom’s Guide to Photographing Kids

{All images: Stacy Wasmuth}

A quick flick through Mamarazzi was all that was needed for me to add it to my photography library.

Filled to the brim with beautifully inspiring, full colour photos (complete with f-stop, shutter speed and ISO for each) that are sure to inspire any photographer – be you a new parent or a professional in the photography industry.

The book is written with the novice photographer in mind.  Simply written and easy to understand, no previous knowledge about photography is necessary as the basics are explained without going too much into technical details.

However, it was the explanation of shutter speed, aperture and ISO being the technical triangle of photography (page 108) that was what I needed to finally gather up the courage to attempt full Manual – with a resounding feeling of achievement and success!

Interspersed with tips and tricks from well known and respected photographers in the field, Stacy also provides tips for every age and stage – from toddler to teen; tips on lighting and composition; how to choose the ideal location and clothes for your shoot; as well as simple editing tips to make your photos look better post-production.

Recommended to: new parents and grandparents or the experienced photographer looking for some inspiration.

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