ROSE TELLO IS A PHOTOGRAPHER WHO HELPS BUSY WOMEN CAPTURE THEIR LEGACY THROUGH PHOTOS THAT GENUINELY CONVEY LOVE.
If you are here, you are like me and many other moms starting a family or with small children looking for some inspiration, help, for your own portrait session.
Family portraits with grandparents can be challenging. I learned it is a lot harder with all parties involved yelling at the same time.
This gives children no sense of direction of where to look.
Here’s how to have family portraits with grandparents go smoothly:
Parents of older children- give your photographer room to work. Avoid being in the background and behind your photographer. Being behind your photographer can cause distractions and accidents, especially if your photographer needs room to move back and forth.
2. Pay your photographer to coordinate outfits.
Not all photographers have the ability to do this. Find one that can or work with a stylist. For this session, I coordinated all outfits. Six of those outfits I ordered for the client, and the rest I coordinated with what was in their closet.
3. Assign an assistant
If your photographer does not provide this service, assign an adult in the family to stand by the photographer’s side. This assistant will focus on hair and wardrobe malfunctions. You will be the second eyes to your photographer. Keep an eye on hair out of place, hair in face, hair falling oddly and wardrobe that may need to be adjusted. Your assistant will also be in charge of collecting any cell phones in and keys pockets, hair ties on wrist, and possibly earbuds.
4. No yelling
Allow your photographer to give direction. If you see something, notify the photographer so he/she can give grandparents and children directions on how to fix poses. Yelling through the session will cause chaos and distractions for adults and children.
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