Three tips for posing in parent-child photography

In family parent-child photography, the best way to get natural expressions and capture real moments is to use dynamic poses. Motion often creates emotions. It’s easy to give people a reason to laugh, but it’s not easy to make them laugh. When the whole family relax and immerse themselves in their own happy atmosphere, their true feelings will be revealed. When I take family photos of parents and children, I have three common posturing ideas. Each time I use them, I can get the pictures I want.

1. Tickle

If you are still stiff at the beginning and can’t relax, I will use this move to fight against itching. “All right, everyone, let’s start scratching!” I will let them continue to scratch until they completely forget the existence of the camera.