Maybe a threat or bribe here or there…
If you’ve ever had the experience of trying to take your own family photos for a holiday card or even just the sake of getting something documented, you may have run into a few frustrations through the experience.
I wholeheartedly support hiring a pro photographer, (and these tips will still apply there) but you will inevitably end up needing to take your own family photos at least a few times throughout the year.
I was so delighted to cover this topic for Studio 5 yesterday, and I even share a somewhat embarrassing story of how I learned this the hard way!
What are your own favorite tips for successful family photos of your own family? I’d love to know!
Brooke Snow is the Professional Photographer for her own family and an Abundant Life Practitioner. She loves tree swings, the month of May, and early morning walks. She lives with her husband and adventurous son in Northern Utah. Join her FREE Photo Perspective Photography course for great instruction on easy ways to immediately improve your photos.