LOL.... Um, okay, I am going to be in a situation where I get to photograph a few adults and older kids on the weekend coming up but I have no idea what to do with them, Flowers, apart from the wind, are in one spot, toddlers are temperamental and quicker than lightning and babies are really really hard but what do you do with adults, I don't want the "frozen cheese" look or the "I don't really want my photo taken" sullen look
So any tips or ideas would be lovely please
what is the occasion? I think the key is to get them when they aren't really thinking about the photo, lighten the mood a bit to relax them.
Do you have to have a formal group shot? Probably try to take them interacting in the "before" the picture, maybe if you get a bunch you can overlay them and mask down better heads/body shots
ds1 Evan ds2 Adam
It would help to know what the situation is. If it's a party, the advice will be very different than if it's formal shots.
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Just a family thing at the local park, there may be some posed shots I guess but all outdoors