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Tips or advice for indoor family portrait....

 
Rolfe ­ D. ­ Wolfe
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Nov 07, 2011 12:22 |  #1

So sunday i will be doing a portrait session for my friend and her 4 kids(newborn, 2, 3, and 7)

The pictures are for holiday cards so they won't be being blown up.

Im not too worried as im not charging and we have the whole day to get good pictures so its a real stress free shoot...besides the fact that im close with them and the kids are familiar with me(although they tend to want to go crazy when they see me so hopefully the 2 year old will stay still lol)

Anyway ill be using my 550d and my nifty kit lens....all i really have...and also my 420EX.

Im going to just straight bounce because unless the conditions are favorable outside(newborns like warmth and its pretty chilly here in NYC) well be shooting in the living room.

The living room walls are like a mustard color...ceiling is white.

When ive shot random pictures in there living room before, bouncing has obtained awesome results imo(although inexperienced lol)

So thats my plan.

Got fresh AA's for the flash and will charge my bat night before.

Any tips are appreciated!!


and btw...the mother said the vacumm puts the baby right to sleep...so that should help with the newborn!!!!


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Nov 11, 2011 13:13 |  #2

I'm interested in this as well.

I have the 550D and am always interested in seeing shots from this camera since so many of the togs here have more 'advanced' equipment. I know it's not just about the equipment, but it would be nice to see the awesome shots with the basic dSLR.




  
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