Family. A small word with powerful meaning. Most of us trace the roots of our own personal identity back, in large part, to our experience as part of a family. The actual definition of what a family is can vary widely. Yet, interestingly, most family photography is anything but varied. We are used to the basic posing of a group brought together and smiling like they never do in real life. We all know that staid family image. It doesn't offer much impact, and most professional photographers aren't terribly interested in shooting it.
Create an image that captures the spirit of a family
With this book, you'll also learn to light your images well, use fill light in a more effortless fashion, pose your subjects in a beautiful but natural way, nail your exposure, and create family photos that leave every member of the family feeling and looking their honest best.
- Techniques / Digital, Subjects + Themes / Portraits, Subjects + Themes / General
- December 20, 2011
- December 15, 2011
- Tamara Lackey