This item will be retiring on June 4th, 2021.
A step-by-step guide to indoor & outdoor family sessions with kids aged 0-5
Learn Julie’s key shots for indoor & outdoor sessions, top poses to get kids comfortable, and what to look for on-location.
Julie will help you choose the best time of day and location to fit a family’s vibe and needs, how to choose outfits (including where to buy them!), and her go-to tips, poses, and key shots for working with each age group from newborn to elementary. She will take you behind the scenes and provide detailed direction on capturing newborns during a family lifestyle shoot – including what to do when things aren’t going as planned.
See how Julie maximizes indoor locations to create beautiful lifestyle family images. You’ll go along on two sessions with Julie through recorded shooting videos as she shows you how to capture connection and have an amazing time with your families!
what you’ll get:
A 78 page ebook filled with in-depth information on family lifestyle photography, including the best prompts, locations, how to work with children and babies, and so much more!
- 2 lifestyle family session shooting videos with young children
- 2 behind the scenes newborn lifestyle screencasts where Julie walks you through her indoor session images
JULIE'S FAVORITE RESOURCES
- A list of Julie's favorite shops for newborn shoots
- A list of Julie's favorite camera gear for lifestyle shoots
- A video walkthrough of Honeybook (Julie's client management system!)
*Please note: All items in this listing are digital downloads that must be downloaded to a computer (you may transfer to an iPad after your original download to a computer). Due to the nature of digital downloads, they are non-refundable.
about your presenter
Julie Christine is a wife, mom to three little kids and a natural light, lifestyle family photographer. She has been photographing newborns and families for almost 6 years and has only grown more in love with it as her own family has grown! Julie is passionate about capturing moments that radiate emotions and connection. If Julie is not photographing families and newborns, she is spending time with her family and is most likely deep into the newest Netflix true-crime documentary.