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Tips and tricks for capturing family moments this winter break #bringit

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As a Blogger, photography is a huge skill that once mastered makes a huge difference in the quality of posts. I am always learning and the best investment I have made as a writer was purchasing a new SLR camera this summer. As well, the Holidays are near and this cameras takes so much better photos that I may want to use in a post one day. Every shot I take has to be quality for my organic posts too. 

I did a lot of research when I was choosing a new camera and at the end of my research, I new the Canon Rebel T3i was the right fit for me and I love it! I do not have a Canon because it was offered and I have never been compensated in anyway for any post or project by Canon. I am just a genuine Canon fan!

I was able to get some tips for you as the Holidays are coming so you can make sure you get those quality shots that will be cherished in years of memory! Canon’s Digital Leaning Center provided these tips and I highly recommend you pay a visit if you need more tips!
  • Photograph the cherished moments of the whole family together using wide-angle lens such as Canon’s EF-S 10-18mm IS STM lens. This lens is great for taking photos of large families as it allows you to get more in the frame without having to step-back.  
  • Consider capturing candid photos along with posed photos. Capturing reactions and candid moments add a sense of ‘being there’ to the photograph.
  • Be in the photo! Many of Canon’s EOS DSLR cameras have a built-in timer that allows you to put the camera down and be part of the pictur
  • Don’t miss a moment! Canon’s EOS Rebel T5i DSLR Camera is small and light enough to #bringit anywhere, whether it is a family dinner or night out. Put an end to the days of compromising image quality over convenience!

Thank you Canon!
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