Toddler Photography: 5 Tips to Photograph Them at the End of the Day

Toddler Photography tips by Katie Woodard via Click it Up a Notch

Toddlers are so fun! I love to photograph toddlers during the golden hour, that beautiful time just before sunset. I realize that the evening is not always the best time for toddlers, but it can be great, if you keep a few of the following tricks up your sleeve! Wether you are photographing a toddler […]

Letter to a Photographer’s Family

Letter to photographer's family

If you recently received a new camera or found your passion for photography, feel free to share this letter with your loved ones. They need time to let it all sink in. Dear Husband/Wife, Mother/Father, Son/Daughter, or Friend of someone who loves photography, Someone you love has recently either received a new camera or has […]

10 Photography Projects for Kids

10 photography projects for kids by Beryl Young via Click it Up a Notch

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” I ask my 4 year old one day, just for fun. Imagine my beaming smile when she exclaimed, “A camera lady, like mommy!” Just as I’ve watched my daughter grow into herself as a little girl, she’s watched me grow into my role as a […]

Lensbaby Sweet 50 Optic Review + Tips


Lensbaby sent me their newest optic that was released this month, the Sweet 50 Optic, in exchange for a review.  I of course was so excited for the opportunity and I couldn’t wait to try it out!  I’ve been playing around with it for a few weeks and I want to share with you what I’ve learned, along […]

5 Tips for Photographing an Older Only Child

How to photograph an older only child via Click it Up a Notch

*Post contains affiliate. There are tons of tips for photographing your family, siblings, and younger kids both in lifestyle and posed sessions. But sometimes I feel stuck for ways to get creative shooting my only (and slightly older) child. Here are some tips that I use to help me out of a shooting rut. 1. […]