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Key Things to Remember When Shooting Family Portraits

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Are you planning to take a family portrait? Then there are a few things to consider so you get the results you want! Firstly if children are part of the shoot, just let kids be kids. It’s just too hard to dictate to them how they should pose. So play with them, give them toys and let their personalities come alive. Secondly, get the lighting right. Avoid overcast skies and it’s best to shoot an hour before dusk. For more family portrait tips, check out these slides from GKS Photography.

Key Things to Remember When Shooting Family Portraits

  1. 1. Photographs will help preserve your family life for future generations. Check out our photography packages for families to secure your portrait session.
  2. 2. Photographs will help preserve your family life for future generations. Check out our photography packages for families to secure your portrait session.
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Are you planning to take a family portrait? Then there are a few things to consider so you get the results you want! Firstly if children are part of the shoot, just let kids be kids. It’s just too hard to dictate to them how they should pose. So play with them, give them toys and let their personalities come alive. Secondly, get the lighting right. Avoid overcast skies and it’s best to shoot an hour before dusk. For more family portrait tips, check out these slides from GKS Photography.

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