3 Reasons Mini Sessions Don’t Succeed (and How to Fix This!): A Special Guest Post from Heidi Hope of Heidi Hope Photography
Mini sessions … we have a love-hate relationship with them. Mini sessions can be amazing for your business; they can be a great way to increase profits before the slow months of January and February hit. They can help you to capitalize on the urgency and need for shorter holiday sessions and greeting card photos. […]
Freelensing is, quite literally, freeing the lens from the camera body. You may wonder – why on earth would anyone want to do that? Couldn’t you drop and break the lens, or allow dust inside your camera body? Possibly, yes. But aside from the cheap thrill of living photographing on the edge, there are many […]
Inspiration: Most of my newborn sessions take place in the client’s home. For this session, the little guy was already 12 weeks old, and the weather and parks are just beautiful this time of year. So, we met at one of my favorite local parks, where there is always something in bloom, and mature evergreen […]
5 Tips for Photographing Children with Special Needs, by Caitlin Domanico, of Photography by Caitlin Domanico
As a photographer who also has a Masters in Education with special education certification, I have a lot of clients who come to me specifically because their child has special needs. As a teacher, I am very comfortable adapting to and supporting kids with all abilities, and that has translated into my photography pretty seamlessly. […]
Inspiration: With a name like Willa, I knew that this session needed to be in a natural setting. This grassy area in the middle of the desert was perfect. Favorite Element: I loved the colors in her outfits. I thought they paired so well with the outdoor setting, and the color of the chair complemented […]
We are so delighted that you are here. The National Association of Professional Child Photographers is an association whose mission is to promote and support the artistry and integrity of professional child photographers. To accomplish this mission, NAPCP provides the most comprehensive resources for its members, bringing together a community of passionate artists committed to growth in their skills, their artistry, and their businesses.
NAPCP.com (formally pronounced "NAP-C-P") is a place where professional child photographers can come and connect, learn, teach, aspire and grow. It is also a valuable resource for parents who are looking for a professional child photographer in their area, and want to be inspired and educated about our specialized industry.
Announcing Our First Half 2017 NAPCP International Image Competition Winners!
Hello friends! After much excitement and anticipation, we are absolutely thrilled to announce the winners of our First Half 2017 NAPCP International Image Competition. Uniquely focused on child photography, the NAPCP International Image Competition features a range of image categories, including Babies, Newborn, Children, Family, Maternity, Siblings, Toddlers, and Seniors. Thank you to our amazing […]
April Magazine: Featuring Helene Button!
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Free Custom Wallpaper: Put Your Editing Pants On
It’s time to stomp off the winter blues, and usher in spring! Turn on your favorite editing music (we’re loving Adele, Gregory Alan Isakov, and anything classical), open your windows, and start up your post processing program of choice. There are few things more satisfying than feeling productive. Hang in there — the good mood […]
March Newsletter: Featuring Leigha Graf!
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