Every year, a day or two after Thanksgiving, after we’ve served the food, entertained the family, hugged and kissed the kids and grandkids, and eaten all of the leftovers, I have a moment of sadness. I look back and take note that I didn’t get enough Thanksgiving family pictures. I sure do love happy thanksgiving family images. Every year I wish I had taken more.
It’s the time of year when moms (and grandmas) begin thinking about an Autumn Photoshoot. The kids are going back to school, the mornings are starting to feel cool and crisp, and the birds are beginning to fatten up for their migration south or their cold winter months up north. Yes. It’s time for family photos, and whether you’re a hobby photographer or a pro, you will need a session location for your photo shoots! Here are five great spots to consider to make this year’s autumn photoshoot the best one yet!
Use these 10 Super Simple unposed photography prompts for families the next time you are shooting family photos. Whether you are a hobby photographer shooting your best friend’s family or a professional who takes clients, you need to know how to get people feeling comfortable when you’re about to photograph them! Getting people to smile and look like they are having a great time can be difficult when you’re posing them into awkward positions and strange angles.