Posted on: 20 October 2021
One of the fun things about hiring a family photographer to shoot some pictures of your family is that you can agree to meet in an environment that will yield some memorable shots. Think about what things your family members enjoy doing, and then consider arranging to have your photoshoot take place in one of these areas. If your family enjoys attending fairs, there are lots of opportunities for unique shots in this environment. Find a local family photographer who is interested in meeting your family at a local fair to capture some shots of you. Here are some photo ideas for this outing.
On The Rides
People of all ages enjoy trying out various rides at the fair, and arranging to have your photographer take your photo while you're on a ride together can help to capture this memory. If you have young children, you can gather together on a family-friendly ride while the photographer stands nearby and snaps some shots each time you go past. You have the option of looking toward the photographer and smiling, or simply enjoying the ride and seeing what candid shots the photographer can manage. If you're attending a fair with older kids, they might favor some of the more daring rides. These can still work well for photos.
Eating Fair Food
Fairs are often known for their food, and one or more types of food can serve as a perfect prop for some eye-catching family photos. For example, if you order an enormous serving of cotton candy, you might wish to pose so that each member of your family is taking a bite at the same time. Or, maybe you want to each take a bite and then smile widely — revealing your blue teeth and lips for a creative family shot.
While there are lots of advantages of meeting your family photographer during daytime hours, you might also consider booking them to photograph you at night. After dark, the bright and colorful lights of the fair's various rides will really stand out — allowing an experienced photographer to get creative when they shoot you. For example, they might ask you to pose in a conventional manner in front of a backdrop of lights that give your family portrait a unique look. Contact a local family photographer to discuss these ideas if you think that a photoshoot at the fair would be fun for your family. They can provide further information regarding family photography sessions.Share