We all try our best to photograph the perfect family photographs. When we can’t do it ourselves, we go to studios and hire photographers to take our family photographs in an outside setting! My most loved photographs are always outdoors, somewhat more real to life photos are always more memorable.

If you want to shoot some perfect family photographs on your own instead of hiring pro photographers, you need to have a look at my five main tips here which will help you to capture you best family candid moments.

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  1. The Right Camera

You don’t require a new camera if you already have one. To tell you the truth, stay with what are familiar with the best and figure out how to use what you have! No matter if it’s a nice smartphone, a pro DSLR or a simple low-priced camera.

If we talk about what is perfect for your family photography session, then a tripod and pro DSLR camera that has timer is ideal!

  1. Location really matters!

The location can make your family photos look great or terrible. Choose a location that your kids will enjoy visiting. Extraordinary thoughts for areas are nearby forests, parks, beaches, farm houses, bridges, a flowery field etc. I additionally cherish more urban photographs as well! The alternatives are unending!

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  1. Lighting and Timing

Sunrise and sunset are the best daylight timings to take photographs for lighting, however not generally the most accommodating time. The lighting just before nightfall is my total top choice! It is heartfelt and delightful for kids. Lighting in morning is delightful too, as it not so scorching warm, as compared to midday sun light. In case, you have to shoot your family photos in midday, use shades to reduce the danger of squinting eyes and weird odd looks on everybody’s face while your they are being photographed.

The photographs taken in bright sun light are wonderful and worth keeping as well. But, such pictures are still not considered having the best lighting conditions.

  1. Postures and Props

I am a huge fan of photography props. In any case, a few props will make your session simpler! You can hold a frame, flowers, use chairs, mommy crowns and other customized props to spice up your family photos! These enable us to take certain photographs effortlessly.

I for the most part scan Pinterest for charming, easygoing poses. What’s more, you can see a ton of fun thoughts online. Internet is a blessing! You can find so many cute poses online to shoot the best family photographs you would be so grateful for.

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  1. Clothing

Most moms worry about clothing the most! There is an almost negligible difference between coordinating and matching the clothing style of your family. We obviously don’t need the whole family in same dressing; we need the photographs to look more real and purposeful. So, it’s best to shop your family’s wardrobe and discover attires that you can co-ordinate, not match.

Layers look incredible in photos. So much of different patterns don’t. So, allow your kids to add layers and nice shoes to their clothing for family shoots. If your kids would like to have their own solo portraits, make sure to capture some of their individual pictures. It will encourage them to take interest in your family photo documenting experience. They will help you out next time even more.

Author Bio:

Stephanie Lewis is a writer and a new born photographer. She joined Photography Concentrate team in 2017 and since then she has been trying to pursue the best photography and editing practices. Besides photography, she loves having coffee, meeting new people and travelling to exotic places. Read this amazing post on Best Lighting Setups for Photography.