Unposed Posing: Tried and True Tips for Photographing Families in Natural and Fun Ways


verb: to present oneself insincerely –  noun: a deliberate pretense or exaggerated display

Lynsey Peterson is not a fan of posed portraits. She is not even a fan of the word. Insincere  exaggerated pretense is not how she wants her images to look. She wants honest  responses, full-body laughter, and spills of emotion. A posed portrait maybe has  a place in this world, but she is banking on my client’s children and her own  children wanting to look back at pictures from their childhood and see their  real reactions and meaningful expressions. You can’t get that in a pose. But you  can get it in a set-up.

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