3 Tips to better family Photo's! & Get in on the inspirational call today!

8:56 AM
Today is the day to be inspired!

Our call with Ashlee begins soon. I'm so excited to share in her talents and have her show you what can happen with just a little tweaking. Life is meant to be enjoyed so don't let anything get in your way of that. Today the topic is on Relationships: Owning your own power and creating relationships that honor both of you.

Ashlee says, 
"Mmm....Relationships.  We have them, want them, need them, love them and cringe because of them at times!  Let's help you get balanced in your relationships.  Join Katie and me to discover how to own your own power and how to honor yourself and others. 
As always, the call will be free, fun and fabulous.  You are welcome to email specific requests for the call if you have a specific relationship that needs to be shifted into positive energy. (email me at: ashleelmiller@gmail.com) Your relationships are meant to be strong and supportive.  Lets make it happen.  You deserve to be free and it is time to enjoy life as it was meant to be"  

1-Get everyone in a good mood. 
I know, I know...WAY easier said than done. Believe me, I know. Some key points to remember is to RELAX. If you are stressed or anxious about about getting that perfect picture, it will surely spread to the rest of your family and show up in the photo. So take a couple deep breaths and keep things light, easy and fun. No threatening or mumblings curse words under your breath because your kids won't act normal. (been there, done that. But it doesn't work!) 
Get the kids on board and have them help you create special family moments by asking for their input and idea's on what you can do to make the experience fun. Play a game of ring around the rosies, sneak up on Dad and tickle him, or see how high everyone can jump on the count of 3. The trick is to involve the kids in the planning and ideas instead of forcing them to be happy and act natural.

2- Have everyone touching in some way.
To show closeness and togetherness try to have everyone touching. For example, hold hands, put an arm around the waist, hold little kiddos, give hugs, etc. This will be a huge help to capture the unity that you share within your family.

3- Not everyone has to be looking at the camera. 
To capture the natural side of your family, not everyone has to be looking at the camera. have some of you look at each other and a couple others looking at the camera. Or say, "Okay, now everyone look at Mom!" Or "Let's all make silly faces at Dad now!'
 Getting a great picture is a combination of many things but one of the most important aspects is being able to capture true love and emotion within your family. So sit back, relax and see what happens...

If I’ve just given you some insight in photography, then you’re really going to want to joy me for my free webinar I'm giving live — I’ll be showing you the 3 most vital tips to taking great pictures with your camera plus answering your questions.

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1 comment:

Megan said...

Pinning this!!! Great tips!!

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