How To Shoot Dynamic Family Portraits

Just because you’re shooting a family portrait doesn’t mean you have to subscribe to the same style photographers have been using for decades. As Benjamin Von Wong shows us, it pays to think outside the box. Getting creative with your clients allows your photographs to get personal and lets the family’s personality shine through. Take a look at the following behind the scenes video for just one example of how it’s done:

“Since this was to be a composite, we had to break down the shoot into multiple smaller segments. You would have noticed that we had the camera plugged into the computer and just shot away without ever touching the camera; this so we can stack the images one on top of another.”

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