Shalonda Chaddock's goal is to make her portrait sessions a fun experience that families and children will want to replicate year after year. How to do that? Incorporate games, she says. “Every session, even mini sessions, are just a constant flow of game after game after prompt after game. If you give them the ability to move during a shoot, they forget there is a camera on their face.” RELATED: Learn more about Chaddock's work
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