7 Tips For Taking The Best Vacation Photos With Kids

7 Tips For Taking The Best Vacation Photos With Kids

Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 13, 2011

One of the best things about vacation (besides everything) is the memories you capture that will last forever. So how do you balance your camera and having fun at the same time? It can easily feel as though you're taking group photos every 15 minutes and not actually taking in your surroundings. Here are a few tips:

Digital Photography School is a website aimed at helping you become better acquainted with your camera. It doesn't matter if you have a point and shoot or a DSLR, their intention is to get you more familiar with it and teach you how to use it best in certain situations.

This time around they're offering up a few great tips for making the most out of your vacation without feeling like you're stuck behind the camera the entire time. A few of our favorite tips from their list are:

• Take turns with your spouse each day so you have quality time with kids and photos.
• Get your kids involved with their own point and shoot cameras.
• Have your kids by your side to make locals feel less intimidated if you'd like to take their picture.

Head on over to Digital Photography School to see the full list of tips and tricks, some of which you might not have thought about over your recent outings and adventures. Have a tip that's not on the list? Make sure to leave it in the comments below!

(Image: Flickr member Carissa GoodNCrazy licensed for use by Creative Commons)

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