Intimacy is what people value most in a child. You can take pictures almost as much as you want. Close-up photography is the framing of the eye to the chin can be a framework or “whole head”, but that does not eliminate other details that you want to shoot in these way.

The most important aspect is that a close-up helps you to create a strong connection with the subject. There are two ways to get close-up shots. One is very close to your subject so the camera as the lens allows the camera to macro distance or you can use long focal lenses that go from 90mm.

Most children older than 3 months have fun and are intrigued when they get very close to the camera room, which can bring good results. However, when working close to the desired frames can get along and some sticky fingers on the lens. Infants and young children may be particularly pleased if you give them enough time to accommodate the camera and close the camera has a role to play for them.

It is good to have an assistant to help, such as one parent to distract the child in the direction you want the photographer, to make him laugh so that all children respond to specific games known by them and parents. It’s good for a photo session to last no more than 20 minutes after taking a break so the child does not become agitated. During this time you can put in your application a different setup for photography such as portrait photography background.

Another way to create a close-up, somehow through the back door is to crop the photo later, after you finish the shoot and can not do other pictures because the subject is already in bed for a nap.
Framing is the selection of the frame or what you want to include photography, known as the composition of the image. When you take a picture and look through the viewfinder issue, you can move or zoom in to get the composition you like.

Placing the subject in the image is made by classical principles with regard to implementation of the points of maximum value. Means joining the sides. We obtain symmetry axes and their intersection gives the symmetry center of the frame. If we focus attention on one point of the four we see that the other three points are imperceptible and the one you look is only visible. This is why we never place the subject in the center of symmetry of the frame.

These intersections of lines of symmetry are called strengths of the image and we show placement of the subject