We all love family photos! Capturing the happiness and the love matters when we photograph family portraits. But sometimes most of the family photos we take look the same…
That’s why we go into the 6 poses for family portraits! By using these poses, the photos show more love and connection to your family. They also add varieties to your family photos!
Arms Around Shoulders
This is the simplest one! I really love this one, since every time I look at the photos with this pose, they bring me back to the happy moment.
This pose is great for all families that want to show intimacy and connection. Have your families get close and put their arms around each other. Looking at each other would also be great. Or have one person lean their heads onto the other person’s shoulder.
Walking away, Hand in Hand
Shooting from behind is good. When the families are walking hand in hand and walking away from the camera, it seems to say “we are always together and look forward to our future.”
This pose is good for the night shoot too. Especially at Christmas, the street light decorations add a happy atmosphere to the photos.
Rubbing noses is a cute pose to use when you want to shoot something intimate between you and your adorable kids.
When kids are being affectionated by rubbing your nose, that would be a precious moment that you can capture love and affection. Because after they grow up, it might be difficult for them to do this again.
If rubbing noses is too embarrassing for growing kids, pinching cheeks or pointing noses with each other are also good poses. Let’s give them a try!
Cuddle and hug each other
Have your families get close, have them hugging, hands wrapped, or leaning on the others.
It would be better if you could find a vacant & simple background because a photo with clear background could guide the viewers to drop their attention upon the important part. Your families!
You can also get different angles of this same pose. Shoot full-length, mid-length, and close-up photos. It will bring more varieties to your family photos.
Laying down would be the least difficult pose. Actually, the difficult part might be making our bed organized… We recommend photographing the laying down pose while sleeping in a hotel 👍
Have a line. Hand in Hand.
This pose is good for families with kids. It shows connection and a joyful atmosphere through hand-in-hand interaction.
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