Lindsay encourages us to photograph so we'll have memories of them.
And isn't it more fun to photograph kids getting into mischief before stopping them? I knew it was only a matter of time before Linc crawled out the doggy door. He had pushed a toy out, and when I caught him he did pull his head back in. I love how Maddie is outside. As you can see, she eventually shoved her way back in.
If you're interested in taking more intentional photos, and getting some tips for doing so, I suggest purchasing Lindsay's eBook. It's only $17, and it's simple, straight-forward and fun to follow. You don't have to use a fancy camera; she actually gives tips for photographing your every day with your phone, too. Additionally, she has some advice for archiving and printing your photos so they don't just sit on a hard drive forever.
It doesn't have to be hard to snap these photos... you could even just try taking one each week. The point is to capture more than just how things looked. The point is to capture a real memory and take a photo that will later elicit a feeling.
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