Photography expert Me Ra Koh inspires you for this month’s photo contest, Baby Papa, with a simple Photo-Recipe to tell the story of Big Papa and Little Baby
Papas are powerful figures in our lives. They symbolize shelter and protection, among many other things. No matter how old I am, I will always be my daddy’s little girl and my papa will always be a giant in my eyes. At one time, in comparison to my nine-pound newborn self , he was a giant. The pictures that really show this are precious to me now.
As you embark on this month’s photo contest, let your creative mind expand and experiment with ways to not only tell the story of love between baby and papa, but also papa’s great presence and strength next to your baby’s newness. Here’s a simple Photo-Recipe to help get your creative juices flowing!
Put this simple Photo-Recipe to the test with these three tips, and not only will you have a memorable Baby Papa photo, but you will have also documented this fleeting time in life when dad wasn’t just a giant in theory, but in size too!
I look forward to seeing your photo contest submissions! Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing papas out there who give endlessly!
Me Ra Koh loves cameras, kids, and moms and spends her life bringing them together. She is the regular photo expert contributor for The Nate Berkus Show on NBC, and her work and popular photo-recipes have also been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Lifetime Television, and VH1. She is the author of the bestselling book, Your Baby in Pictures; The New Parents’ Guide to Photographing Your Baby’s First Year (Amphoto, 2011), as well as an inspirational speaker holding her CONFIDENCE Photography Workshops for women nationwide. Me Ra is proud to be a SONY Artisan of Imagery, as well as host her annual SOAR! Scholarship Program for aspiring women photographers. She is honored to be a guest blogger for Our365. You can learn more about Me Ra at www.merakoh.com.