5 Simple Tips For Taking More Natural Family Portraits

by Staff November 6, 2016 at 10:35 am

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  1. Great advice and example's to support your work. I've my first family shoot in a couple of weeks and will practice what I've learnt from your video. I really enjoy the journalistic approach and glad you touched on that.

  2. Brilliant video with a lot of great tips. I always find that natural photos, the ones where they dont always know you are taking photos of them can turn out beautifully. Keeping it natural is key. I started taking photos of my nephew from a young age and find a lot of ways to get great pictures by giving them things that will hold their attention. Kids have a short attention span and if its not entertaining, they wont want to be there. One of the easiest ways i combat that problem is bubbles, toys, and pets. Also take many photos in a short space of time, there will always be those few standout shots.

  3. I love it when you said…. "Bonus Round". it's like your face didn't have the excitement to match your voice. 🙂 Anyway, thanks for the video… it relaxed me before my portrait sessions.

  4. Thank you so much for this video! I'm about to shoot my first ever family portraits and yes! I found an amazing video and inspiration right here! Will definitely play it again several times before my big day. Happy!

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