Baby Portraits Taken On iPhone 11 Pro max
I look at these images and almost cannot believe that they were taken with an iPhone. It’s undeniable that the iPhone 11 pro max camera’s (or iPhone camera’s in general) are just completely getting more impressive as time goes on and it makes it easier for anybody to take beautiful photographs of what they love the most.
I was just in the process of redecorating my kitchen and I thought that it made the most beautiful backdrop. I’ve always been a fan of taking photographs on my phone, it just happened to be the camera I had on me at all times and every photographer knows the quote ”the best camera is the one you have with you”. I feel like when you’re working with children and babies and taking photographs, you need to be able to work fast so there was really no time to get my professional camera out incase Minnie’s Mood drastically changed.
I adore these photographs personally and have already had tons of positive feedback since posting them on my personal Facebook account, and people have even come to me asking for me to do some portraits of their children. Which is fab, but truth be told I don’t think they were planning on paying for them; so nope, thanks, but nope.
I also did all of the editing within VSCO and it was as simple as importing all of the images and applying the a4 filter. It was perfect for the feel that I was going for so, I applied it to all my photographs and within half an hour I’d taken and edited my photographs to a professional standard. Obviously, it pays to know what you’re doing when it comes to getting those professional style shots so here are a few pointers if you want to have a go at it yourself;
Always consider lighting, for easy and quick shooting, set up a scene near a window, natural lighting is your best friend. In these photographs Minnie was sat in front of a huge window.
Composite your photographs; I personally love centred portraits the most, but as you can see even the off-centre ones work great, play around with positions and angles when it comes to shooting, you’ll be surprised at what works and what doesn’t.
Utilise your iPhones built in settings; The iPhone has a built-in portrait mode, use it. It’s fab for taking those professional-looking shots but also, the iPhone 11 plus pro offers you a studio lighting setting under the portrait mode and it adds that something extra to the image effortlessly.