Posing in photos can make or break your entire experience. Posing with two tween boys can be a challenge at times but the Cornet Family makes it look like a piece of cake! Or in this case a croissant! Benoit Cornet is the head baker for Ballerina Farm. You can order his culinary creations and have them delivered right to your door!
I really enjoyed getting to know the Cornet family and could feel their bond to each other. While shooting with tween boys I try to encourage natural interactions between family members. I love to capture candid moments of laughter, hugs, or shared jokes. This creates a genuine and warm atmosphere making your tweens feel comfortable.
One of my favorite poses to shoot was when the boys were sandwiched between mom and dad. Look at those cute faces! This pose not only showcases unity but also allows for close facial expressions, fostering a sense of connection.
Kids, especially boys, need to feel free to move during a session. This is why I capture some shots while the family is in motion. This could be a casual walk, a playful run, or even jumping. Movement adds energy and a sense of vitality to the photos.
Remember, the key is to keep the atmosphere light, fun, and natural. Allow the family to be themselves, and you’ll capture beautiful moments that reflect their unique bond. For more family posing tips, get my Free guide HERE.
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Park City, Utah County, Salt Lake City, Kamas