I wanted to share a simple tip about photographing the kiddos out there. I think the biggest thing to remember when photographing tinny humans is to bend them legs and get on their level. I learned early on it's important to photograph children on their eye level. It's something you don't think about since adults are typically already at your level when photographing. I'm not saying it's the right or only way to photograph kids or any subject for that matter, but you seem to get a better sense of connection with the subject at eye level. Photographing from an angle that looks upwards or downwards on a subject can be unflattering more times than not. Even though little ones are typically cute no matter what, it's just something to keep in mind the next time you're shooting a munchkin.