SKPA – Special Kids Photography of America
Ask any photographer about taking pictures of children. It can be an extremely challenging task. Now, think of compounding this frustration by adding autism or cerebral palsy to the formula. This is an assignment that many photographers would rather not undertake. Realizing this, parents of children with special needs often do not even attempt to have professional portraits made of their disabled offspring. Other parents express their frustration, because they are forever hoping for-but not getting-a picture that will bring out the true “spirit” of their very special son or daughter. Tracy Besek has completed training offered by Special Kids Photography of America (SKPA), a nationwide nonprofit organization. This unique instruction helps make the photographer’s interaction with the child easier and the parents a lot happier with the results.
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