We Never Let Go of Family Memories

If you’re thinking of having a family portrait taken, or maybe you have a friend who would like their family members photographed but isn’t sure of the timeline or cost for this kind of photoshoot, it is best to begin by calling an experienced Family Photography Studio and discussing the various options and plans they can offer.

At the end of the day, whether you pick the Package for the Family, a Newborn Photography Package, Newborn Photography Package or a Children’s Photography Package, You will generally get more than you bargained with great family treasures to cherish that will last for a long time.

What are some most essential elements of family photography?

1. Communication

Communication, for sure, is the main element in family photography.

From the moment someone from a prospective client contacts us through Facebook via email, phone or Facebook, We make sure we are on the right track and respond to any messages or inquiries that we receive on our desk.

Be sure to inform your clients of any changes to scheduling and price adjustments. Also, be aware of changes to the location, especially when shooting outdoors.

Communicate with your clients using a variety of ways, but it’s usually the communication method of choice to choose, in part because if you are aware of the best method for them, there’s less possibility of something going wrong, like having to miss the shoot date or time. It is costly to change the date of a missed photo shoot, especially when our client has only one weekend to plan an outing with the family.

Simple actions like adding reminders into your calendar will inform your clients and yourself several days ahead of a family photoshoot. Then, on the day of the shoot, contact or text message your clients, in case that’s the way we’ve communicated with them in the past. If they don’t reply, keep repeatedly trying until they do respond. This is essential when operating a photography business run by a family. Effective communication is that you don’t have repeat customers and stumble in the sand trying to figure out why your business isn’t doing well.

2. Location

When deciding on a spot for your family’s photoshoot, make sure you get your client’s opinion on the places they like to go to be. Discuss what the advantages and disadvantages are for this location and the lighting may not be ideal or the backdrop might be better elsewhere, like in the park with fountains and trees, or they could have a stunning location in a property owned by the family that is more suitable to the expectations of your clients.

Remember that if you are shooting at a public space or similar area, you might require authorization, and it’s always best to do some preliminary research to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

3. Wardrobe

Always make sure to tell your clients to look casual and comfortable regardless of what they wear. It is always a good idea for families to mix with clothes that allow them to look relaxed, confident and happy. You could also suggest things that are vibrant. Colours such as aqua, green or peach usually appear good in photos, and this is something to be thinking about prior to planning any photoshoot with your family. Family photos are lovely. However, more organization is required in the coordination of everyone’s schedules down to their clothes.

For more formal pictures like weddings, proms or milestone birthday family occasions, the participants begin by becoming a bit nervous. We have noticed that after half an hour or so of photography, that’s when we capture the most amazing photos. The family members gradually become used to us being there and begin to relax, and this leads to some of the best photos all around.

The Overall Goal of Family Photography

The aim of photo sessions for families should be to be imaginative and communicate effectively, as well as create something that is memorable, which will help build trust with clients. You could get a lot of references from them in the near future. Pick a theme that is activities they love, such as relaxing time fishing with the family at the cottage, reading, or maybe even sitting in the park and feeding the ducks.

Don’t forget to include your pet. There’s something in the air that can relax everyone and make the pearly whites and eyes look wide and happy. No matter what theme or location you decide to go with, we will try to keep it enjoyable and positive and offer our family members something unique and memorable forever.

About Tom Mills.

Tom has been a highly successful Web Designer and Social Media Expert, and SEO consultant in Canada for more than 15 years. Since then, Tom has been helping clients build a solid online presence and develop trust with their customers. With careful design, planning as well as marketing Tom is able to provide not just beautiful, well-designed websites but also helped clients get noticed locally, ahead of competitors with specific niche keywords on the top search engines.