6 ways to get great family photos by Flower Mound Photographer Lisa McNiel

Saturday, September 27, 2014








The image above will be a 20"x60" panoramic canvas hanging in the dining room of their new home. 


After you have done a few poses that they know they want with all faces toward the camera, try putting your family in situations where they react and are spontaneous with each other.  You can direct some of the "spontaneity."  

This bearded fellow is my nephew and I know WAY too much to tell his story here on the interwebs, so I will just show you his photos and give you some tips. :)

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To see more photos from Flower Mound photographer Lisa McNiel, click North-Texas-Photographer or follow a DFW-Senior-Photographer on Facebook.

 

1. Get a willing pet involved.

 

 

2. Give them something to do.

 

 




3. Look for gorgeous light.

 

 

 

4. Look for reflections.

 

 





 

5. Take individuals and dual interactions.

 

 










6. Focus a few on the details that tell the story 

 

 

Follow me on pinterest here: lisalovespics

To see more photos from Flower Mound photographer Lisa McNiel, click North-Texas-Photographer or follow a DFW-Senior-Photographer on Facebook.

 

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