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Baby Photography at Home: Capture the First Year
Baby Photography at Home: Capture the First Year
Sandy Puc'
Capture all the magic of the most precious year — at home! Create cherished baby portraits with fuss-free techniques for posing, propping, lighting and settings.
Curiously Similar
Never miss a moment! Learn how to take gorgeous photos of children at play, for results you and your child will treasure for a lifetime.
Barb Peacock
Barb Peacock
Turn the moments you capture into memories worth sharing. Learn editing tips for how and when to correct exposure, white balance, color, composition and more.
Erin Peloquin
Erin Peloquin
Confidently and easily pose your subjects to capture photographs that feel natural. Bring out the best in individuals, couples and even large groups!
Bobbi  Lane
Bobbi Lane
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Baby Photography at Home: Capture the First Year