Family Photographing Tips
In this video, photographer Karen Haberberg, discusses and gives numerous examples of ways to take interesting and memorable photographs of your children. She teaches you ways to organize various elements within the frame, create effective designs, and convey messages and emotions through the images you shoot. Join Karen in the segment to learn ways to take better, more compelling photographs of your children.
For more information about the information that Karen went over in the video, you can click below to download the PDF file that outline her photography talk.
Karen Haberberg is the Director of Photography and Digital Media at the JCC in Manhattan. Her photographs have been exhibited in various New York City galleries and published in magazines and newspapers. She has photographed events for the Museum of Natural History, The United Nations, and RCN Entertainment, among others. She holds a MA degree in Art and Photography from New York University and the International Center of Photography, as well as a MA degree in Educational Communications and Technology from New York University. Karen co-founded Media Pros, an organization designed for media professionals in New York. She received her BA from Brandeis University in 1995 where she graduated Cum Laude. Karen lives in Manhattan with her husband Bob and daughter Maya.