To be honest, I’m not used to take pictures of my family’s life. Yet, it’s something I should (and would… and will!) do more. I’m a photographer, telling other how important is to preserve memories of your family life, all moments, not only birthdays or special occasions. Each day should be a special occasion.
I do this for others, but never do it for myself. Time to change!
The only exception is when I travel to Canada, to see my sister: I have soooo many photos of her and of the kids. That’s why I chose two of them for this project (yes, I’ve asked for permission**!)[su_spoiler title=”** Important note on publishing images with recognizable people ” style=”fancy” icon=”plus-circle”]You can take all the pictures you wish, until you keep them for yourself (of course, if someone doesn’t want to be photographed, you should respect this desire). If you want to publish them (online, in a book, as a card to be distributed, for an exhibit), you ought ask for permission if the person is recognizable. It’s not necessary to have a signed release form, a sms or a short video taken with your smartphone is enough. [/su_spoiler]
This are, of course, candid shots of every day life (ok, the first is my nephew’s birthday, but it’s not the usual “one two three, say cheeeeeese” photo, and I love it! 🙂
I wish you all a wonderful night.
A big hug,