The holidays are family and friends time. When family gathers, wherever it might be, and whomever the people are, the cameras come out to record the occasion. You may want to consider a bit of pre-planning and even staging getting those photos. The relatives get together and you get to see people you haven’t seen in years. You want to capture this moment of family history, and preserve it for the generations to come.
Your first inclination is to get them to all line up, maybe by family group, maybe by size, maybe by age, but they turn out looking like group mug shots. It’s time to do a bit of preparation to get a picture that you can be proud of and goes into the front of the family album.
First you all want to look like a family. This doesn’t mean that everyone wears the exact same shirts and pants; that just make you look like a cult. You will want to coordinate with your family members ahead of time and ask for coordinating and complimentary colors; not matching colors.
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