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Taking the Stress Out of Photographing Kids

Nikole Mock, Photographer

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6 Videos (10m)
    • Introduction

      1:03
    • Tips 1 & 2

      2:30
    • Tips 3 & 4

      1:28
    • Tips 5 & 6

      2:31
    • Assignment

      1:08
    • Recap

      1:17

About This Class

Photographing kids can be really hard because they move fast and have their own agenda. It can get really stressful. It doesn't have to be. You can still be present in their activity and capture the moments. Whether you are a professional, or just a dad with a point and shot or iPhone, Nikole Mock will share techniques that will help you achieve the best photographs of your kids, relatives or clients.

4 of 4 students recommendSee All

Great, easy, practical advice that helps the beginner understand the nuance, pitfalls and goals of photographing your kids.
I enjoyed Nicole's class!
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Nikole Mock

Photographer

Nikole Mock's interest in photography was just a hobby when her dad gave her her first Fuji point and shoot camera when she was in middle school. Soon after, she joined her school's yearbook staff as a photographer. This helped her gained the skills to shoot candids and unposed photographs of the students. In college, she minored in photography and earned the Photo Editor position for the school's yearbook for 2 consecutive years. Fast forward, Instagram and the iPhone came on the scene and r...

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