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Making Family Portraits Fun - PPA Today

Making Family Portraits Fun

A family portrait session can be a stressful affair for the clients. They're trying to look their best. They're trying to wrangle their kids into the studio on time. They're trying to get everyone to behave somewhat normally. They're trying to get past the fact that a professional image maker will be examining their every move. Add to these factors the nagging knowledge that they're investing a bundle of money in the process, and it's not hard to understand why clients are a bit on edge when they show up for their family portrait.

So how do you, as a pro photographer, deal with all of those conditions and still figure out a way to make the experience enjoyable for everyone involved? (After all, you'd probably like your clients to return or give a referral.) Take a look at how this portrait studio makes it relaxed and fun!

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This page contains a single entry by Professional Photographers of America (PPA) published on September 4, 2012 8:05 PM.

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