Using Beloved for Families
I’ve been incorporating the Beloved technique now into everything I shoot, regardless of whether it is a “beloved session” for a couple, or whether its working with strangers in a commercial shoot.
But only recently did I decided to approach an entire family session with the Beloved concept from start to finish.
I’m happy to say that it was amazing!
One of the invites that I used with this family was “The Telephone Game”. I asked the youngest to share a message with the rest of the family which would subsequently be passed along through a whisper down the line. It was hilarious, and every member of the family wanted to take a turn.
Even though the Beloved Field Guide was created with couples in mind, so many of the invitations are adaptable to a variety of settings. The guide is a really great resource to get you started, and even though I still use so much from the field guide, once you shoot several sessions its easy to start to think of invitations on your own.
Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She delights in having freshly brushed teeth, loves the scent of lavender, and believes that everyone should try balsamic vinegar on their vanilla ice cream at least once.
Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity.
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