Little Kid Photo Tip #819: When you think a shoot has wrapped, give it at least one more minute. Breathe. Breathe again. Maybe start to pack up. But leave the camera on and the lens cap off. Keep that finger on the shutter ... You never know when the best smiles will come.
What a difference 10 minutes can make. When I initially got the camera set up to photograph the St. Louis Temple Saturday morning, the sky was pitch black. The first images were pretty – the trees glowed as they do here, and the flakes were large. Once I thought I had captured the image I had originally envisioned, I moved to a new angle to show more of the building. After 10 minutes, I noticed the sky was starting to gain a little color. And then this happened:
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Check out our latest collection of Switchfoot concert images. These were shot at one of the band's final Fading West 2013 tour stops – Springfield, Mo., at the Gillioz Theatre, a cool, old venue with tons of character.
It might seem we've been on a posting hiatus of sorts – but it's really only because we've been sharing images on our Instagram of late instead. But these photos of Baby L were just too darn cute for the Instagram square!