If You Were Attending a Photography Talk…

What would you expect the person speaking to discuss?

The reason I ask is because I will be doing the speaking at my local MOPS group next Thursday night, and I’m having a hard time narrowing down a specific topic to discuss.

In December, I gave a short photography “teaser.” I offered the moms at our meeting 7 tips for taking better photographs. It was short, to the point, and was a ton of fun. There were even handouts!

But now, I’ve got to come up with enough discussion to cover at least 45 minutes. I could talk about photography for hours on end, but I need to hone in on a specific topic.

So, I’m coming to my wonderful readers. You always have the best ideas, and I KNOW you can help me out.

I will not be standing in a room of professional photographers. I’ll be talking to moms who want to get better pictures of their kids. Most of them will be using point and shoot cameras. I want to be able to help them get the most from their cameras and take the best pictures possible.

So, if you were going to a photography talk, what would you hope the photographer would share? What questions would you ask the photographer?

Do you think it would make sense to bring along my 6 kids and use them as props? I can show different poses, and such. Would that benefit you if you were at the meeting?

Help me out, friends. I’ve got one week to come up with something awesome. :)

Angie Vinez (2648 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 7. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.

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  1. 1

    I think subject should ce babies an children I think you should bring your children to demonstrate an maybe a friend could bring baby an explain how they can use there closeup mode an sport mode you will do great Angie let me know how it goes Pam

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    yes- POSES- POSES – bring your kids and show them different poses and different aged kids and how to take group pictures and different poses- thats a great idea- i need help in that area bad

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    Lanamae Byler says:

    Well you know me Angie…..I’m ready for anything you talk about! I would love to hear about lighting…………but then again, I like to taking many pictures lol I’m sure whatever you decide on it will be great and I can’t wait!

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    Lighting is my number one issue with my point & shoot! I am TERRIBLE at getting good lighting in either really low light (night) or bright light (day/outside). Just things to consider when posing or taking pictures outside would be helpful as people are likely going to be spending more time outside soon!

    P.S. if you want to post your tips here for us readers that’d be great too :-)
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