Family Outdoors

Let’s take a break from the my wildlife photography experience, where I want to share another type of photography, family photography.

During such events, I will position myself more away from the subjects.  This will allow the family to act naturally, so that I can capture the true emotions of the family interactions, just like a series of a snapshots.

Most of the times when we receive jobs and assignments from clients, it is easy for us to dive right into the action and start directing the models to pose.  Of course with that technique you will get the standard shots that you want, but if you want your photos to feel the way it really happened like a candid shot, why not try to capture the moments without directing your models, let them roam free.  And more often than not, you will be rewarded greatly.



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