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Photoshop Actions Getting Kids to Smile Photos Tips Tricks Capturing Expessions Emotion Real Elements

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This is just a little teaser to a couple of posts I’ll be sharing with a plethora of tips and tricks to get kids to relax and have fun during sessions so you can capture their real emotion and show off their amazing, unique little personalities in photos. So stay tuned and pretty please share if you found this helpful and want to see more!

Photoshop Actions Getting Kids to Smile Photos Tips Tricks Capturing Expressions Emotion Real Elements

Photoshop Actions Getting Kids to Smile Photos Tips Tricks Capturing Expressions Emotion Real Elements

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Photoshop Actions Getting Kids to Smile Photos Tips Tricks Capturing Expressions Emotion Real Elements

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14 thoughts on “Photoshop Actions | Capturing a Real Smile in Children’s Photos

  1. Carol Magalhães says:

    I loved these shots! The background looks amazingly blurred! Did u edit anything or is it just (amazing) lens? 🙂

  2. Janie Pollard says:

    Very helpful Annie,Thanks for all that you do.. 🙂

  3. Beautiful post, beautiful smiles (serious, posed, real & silly)

  4. Great tips Ms. Annie!

    Miss Addie looks stunning in her hot pink parka! Love, love, love it and you lovely lady!

    Wishing the happiest of holidays to the magnificent Manning family and thanking you for all that you do to help us capture our memories successfully! – XOXO

  5. Thank you so much for this!

    Do you think you could get your hubby or someone to video tape you being silly for your daughter? Unlike you, I have not been blessed with a natural dorkiness. 😉

  6. awesome post Annie! I would LOVE to know what lens you’re using…85??? the sharpness and background blur is amazing!

  7. Oh my goodness! She is so adorable and I can believe how big she is getting (I’m sure you are very aware of that lol!) Awesome post!!! Thank you!

  8. Absolutely love the background and color pop… and your daughter is a beauty too! Did you use actions or textures?

  9. Such a fun approach I love it! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Great tips and these photos are adorable! Love it! 🙂

  11. stacey pettitt says:

    Thanks! Great tips! Do you use a tripod when you’re being a *dork*? 🙂 Or are you just quick on the draw? I’m always afraid I’m not going to be able to get back behind the camera and focus quick enough!

  12. LOVE this Annie! My dear sweet hubby recently taught my girl to close her eyes when she was done taking pictures. AWESOME! >:[

  13. Connie Bensen says:

    Thank you for a great post! The pictures are amazing. I love the light and color. Any suggestions for those that like to run away?

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