Every parent wants to capture their child's growth and milestones through photos.
However, before the photo session itself, there are some things you can do to help prepare your kids for it. Below, I will discuss some key factors in preparing your children for their photo session.
What poses to consider for your child's photoshoot?
There are a lot of poses out there that will work great for any kid.Here is a list of a few poses to help you get the best photo from your kids:
Run around and play pose: The more active the kids are during the session, the better the pictures. When kids are having fun, they can't help but show it in their photographs.
Silly face pose: Kids are naturally silly, so this pose will usually work after their first couple of shots. Kids love to make silly faces. Just let kids be kids, and they will do just fine.
Sitting still pose: This pose will be a little harder on parents. For this pose to work, I suggest bringing activities like toys or games, And snacks to the photoshoot with your kids. This way, kids can easily sit still while playing with their favorite things and not notice how long they have been sitting there.
Loving pose with the family: This pose is excellent for kids of all ages because it shows kids in a caring environment with their families. Even if kids go through the "terrible two's" phase, this picture will show kids smiling and happy with their families.
The best time of day for your child's photo session?
The best time of day will depend on your child; most kids wake up full of energy and excitement in the morning. If you're going for a more energetic pose, you will want to take the picture in the morning. But if you choose the sitting still pose, you will want to take it in the evening when they are less energetic, making them sit still for longer.
The most important factor to remember is that this is a great moment to capture of your child; no matter how the picture comes out, it will be memorable.