Remember to book a family photo shoots on your next vacation with the kids. Traveling with friends or a loved one? book a photo shoot so everyone is part of the photo!
Family photo shoots are quickly becoming a part of planning a holiday with the kids. You’ve packed your bags, booked your flights, hotel, and now you just have to book the photo shoot!
Sessions with the family a lovely few hours spent together while being able to remember the moments long after they have passed. Remember, they are called ‘family photos’ because they should include the whole family! Your children won’t care what you look like, they will just know that you were there in that moment.
This is great news for families with younger children as you will be able to organize the shoot to best fit the abilities and needs of your little one(s). Never had a photo shoot with your children? There’s absolutely no need to panic. Photo shoots are not meant to be a stressful activity for you and your family. Enjoy your shoot time with your family and relax, you are going to be on holiday after all!
Your own personal shoot
Of course, your family and therefore your shoot, will be completely unique. We recommend jumping on Pinterest for inspiration for all things leading up to your shoot. Create a special board and go wild! Photographers adore this platform and you will be able to find lots of images that you might like (or maybe not so much) and really get a feel for your taste in portraiture.
Pinterest is also a great tool for styling your shoot and creating your desired look for both yourself and your kids. Whether it’s simple & casual or full on designer brands, being prepared with clothing is always a good idea. Avoid the ‘day of the shoot stress’ and have an outfit planned no matter the age of your children. You will thank us later!
After you put the kids to bed tonight, send us an e-mail asking for a photo shoot during your next vacation with TravGroup!
Hiring a vacation photographer it’s the new twist
Family photo shoots don’t have be at home. Vacation photo sessions are a travel keepsake you’ll keep forever. Not just another trinket from a trip. Your home can be your travel canvas for great family memories.
One of the many joys of returning from a trip is being able to relive the experience by sorting through your vacation photos. Unfortunately, whether you’re a single traveler or someone venturing out with family members and friends, it’s rare to be able to get a shot that includes you (and everyone else in your group), unless you depending on the kindness of a passing stranger.
A new trend, though, is solving that problem. What was once considered a luxury is now becoming popular with a growing number of tourists: hiring a professional photographer to tag along on at least part of their trips.
So, for many, hiring a professional vacation photographer makes a lot of sense if the goal is to ensure that you’ll return home with images of “magical moments” not only from milestone events, such as a honeymoon or anniversary trip, but from annual vacations to the mountains or national park family outings.
Advocates of the practice say that it frees them from lugging around camera equipment to various attractions and interrupting everyone in their group from whatever activity they are involved in to take a picture. Hiring a professional photographer frees you to become fully immersed in your vacation.
For all the travelers who have growing families it’s very important to hire a professional photographer for documenting every little moment. Kids grow up so fast, and it’s priceless to have pictures captured of all the important milestones. Vacations are the perfect time for family photos, kids are happy and parents are relaxed, the all family is having fun !
What are waiting for ? Book a photo session for your next vacation with TravGroup !
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