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Guest Post from Ladybug Photography

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Spring is a great time to prepare your photography gear for the busy seasons ahead! Cameras get a lot of use with end of the school year concerts, plays, sporting events and capturing the beautiful landscape as it begins to bloom.

Here are some must do’s to keep your gear in tip-top shape!  [click to continue…]

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Today Ladybug Photography is showing us how to make good use of our plentiful indoor time by capturing photographs of your kiddos using your camera’s manual mode by creating a DIY Indoor Studio.   If you are “stuck on auto”, don’t panic.  You can do this.  Don’t be afraid to take a lot of practice shots as you go.  After all, practice makes perfect, right?

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Hobbies, like photography are great way to get you outside, spark a new interest, meet new people and help beat the winter blues.  Today Ladybug Photography is sharing some fun ways that photography can snap you out of a winter funk!

Start a 365 project. This is good exercise requiring you to photograph something every day, for 365 days.  You can photograph a narrow subject, like images of your kids, or choose any aspect of your life. Share your photos in an official #365 project album, or make a hash tag of your own to keep them organized in one place.

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Every fall, come mid-October or so, I realize that the task of choosing a photo for the annual Christmas card is quickly approaching.  I usually use this opportunity to take the kids out to get some fun group shots that will (fingers crossed) be card worthy, and good for framing or giving as holiday gifts.  Luckily, there are many great locations all around the South Shore  that are are within reasonable driving distance.

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