When’s the last time you looked through your family photo album?
Whether hidden away on a dvd lost in a drawer or sandwiched between sticky yellow pages and aging Cellophane, most of the photos of your kids probably all look the same.
That is, they were probably captured from a parent’s point of view.
No wonder child photographers spend so much time crawling on the ground.
Maybe that’s why my little man here thought me so strange (at least that’s the perception I got based on the way he kept looking at me).
But something magical happens when a photographer puts himself or herself eye level with a kid.
Rather than looking like little subordinates, kids photographed at eye level take on new prominence.
Don’t worry, though. Your clothes will wash.
Your kid, on the other hand, he or she isn’t going to stay that small forever.